MARINE FOUR-STROKE DIESEL ENGINE CRANKSHAFT MAIN BEARING OIL FILM LUBRICATION CHARACTERISTIC ANALYSIS
The Craig-Bampton modal synthesis method was used to establish the dynamic model of marine four-stroke diesel engine body and crankshaft. Based on the Greenwood / Tripp microlong contact theory considering the surface roughness and the generalized Reynolds equation considering the oil filling rate, the elastohydrodynamic lubrication model of the main bearing of the four - stroke diesel engine is found. At the rated speed, the lubrication performance of the main bearing is simulated and analyzed by the maximum dynamic pressure, the minimum oil film thickness and the friction power. The results show that the oil pressure of 4 # main bearing is the largest and the maximum oil film pressure is in the 4 # main bearing position. The friction load of 4 # main bearing is the largest. The average oil film thickness of 4 # main bearing is the smallest and the minimum oil film The thickness also occurred in the 4 # main bearing position; it can be seen 4 # bearing the most bad lubrication conditions.
Keywords:Marine four – stroke diesel engine, Main bearing, Elastic hydrodynamic lubrication
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