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Main Author: Pinkus, Oscar. Other Authors: Sternlicht, Beno, Language(s): English. Published: New York: McGraw-Hill, Subjects: Hydrodynamics · Lubrication and lubricants. Physical Description: p.: ill. Locate a Print Version: Find in a library. Theory of hydrodynamic lubrication / by Oscar Pinkus and Beno Sternlicht. Author. Pinkus, Oscar. Other Authors. Sternlicht, Beno, Published. New York: McGraw-Hill, Content Types. text. Carrier Types. volume. Physical Description. xiv, p.: ill. ; 24cm. Subjects. Hydrodynamics. Lubrication and lubricants. , (). A Nonlinear Theory of Hydrodynamic. Lubrication. MIHIR B. BANERJEE, R. G. SHANDIL, AND S. P. KATYAL*. Department of Mathematics,. Himachal We extend the Reynolds equation to include the inertia effects in hydrodynamic lubrication Thus, one visualizes (see Pinkus and Sternlicht [ 11) three.
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pendently of other domains of tribology. O. Pinkus briefly reviewed in the background and the stage of progress of the hydrodynamic theory of lubrication ( dedicating it to the centenary of the theory of O. Reynolds) . While the review of this famous specialist in the domain of hydrodynamic lubrication contains much, it . film lubrication theory of hydrodynamic lubrication by. Pinkus and Sternlicht  is applicable, the body cou- ples for the couple stress fluids by Stokes  are neg- ligible, and the dependency of viscosity on pressure is exponential . Based upon these assumptions, the momentum equations, the continuity equation, and the. 10 Aug The second order rotatory theory of hydrodynamic lubrication was founded on the expression obtained by retaining the terms containing first and second powers of rotation number in the extended generalized Reynolds equation. In the present paper, there are derivations of new equations for pressure and.