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A system level computational model for thermo-tribological functioning of high-performance racing transmission with dry sump lubrication

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posted on 08.06.2021, 10:40 by Ehsan Fatourehchi, Mahdi Mohammad-Pour
Dry sump lubrication is a key feature in transmission systems of high-performance racing applications. While it provides adequate oil for gears contact, it reduces churning losses. Moreover, provision of continuous oil for gear contacts in harsh conditions during a race, makes dry sump lubrication systems more reliable. One of the most important aspects of any dry sump system is the assessment of its thermo-tribological performance and its capability to remove the generated heat from highly loaded high shear gear contacts. In this paper, a multiphysics integrated numerical method of a dry sump transmission, considering a system approach is presented. The method provides a validated predictive tool to assess thermal functioning of dry sump lubrication systems.

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Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology

Publisher

SAGE Publications

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Acceptance date

04/06/2021

ISSN

1350-6501

eISSN

2041-305X

Language

en

Depositor

Dr Mahdi Mohammad Pour. Deposit date: 6 June 2021

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