DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF THERMO HYDRO DYNAMIC PLAIN JOURNAL BEARING BY USING FSI TOOL

Dr. P. Srinivasulu, Mr. P. Raju, Muralimohan Muthyala

Abstract


Journal bearings have the longest history of scientific study of any class of fluid film bearings. In a fluid film bearing, the pressure in the oil film satisfies the Reynolds equation which intern is a function of film thickness. Structural distortion of the housing and the development of thermo hydrodynamic pressure in a full journal bearing are strongly coupled thus require a combined solution.Oil film pressure is one of the key operating parameters describing the operating conditions in thermo hydrodynamic journal bearings. Thermo hydrodynamic journal bearings are analyzed by using Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and fluid structure interaction (FSI) approach in order to find deformation of the bearing.In this thesis journal bearings for different L/D ratios and eccentricity ratios are modeled in 3D modeling software Pro/Engineer. The L/D ratios considered are 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 and eccentricity ratios considered are 0.3, 0.5, 0.7 and 0.9.

Journal bearing models are developed for speed of 2000 rpm to study the interaction between the fluid and elastic behavior of the bearing. The speed is the input for CFD analysis and the pressure obtained from the CFD analysis is taken as input for structural analysis.Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and fluid structure interaction (FSI) is done in Ansys.


Keywords


Journal Bearing; CFD; ANSYS;

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