Russian Engineering Research

, Volume 38, Issue 12, pp 956–961 | Cite as

Wear of Machine Parts with Mixed Lubrication

  • I. A. MedelyaevEmail author


Energy analysis of the wear of machine parts in mixed lubrication indicates that whether the components of the frictional pair seize together depends on the load, the slip rate, the temperature of the frictional surfaces, the temperature surges, the surface energy, the distribution coefficients of the heat flux, and the external overlap.


mixed lubrication machine parts lubricant frictional pairs wear seizing temperature energy load slip rate 



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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Peter the Great Military Academy of Strategic Missile ForcesBalashikhaRussia

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