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10. Internationales Fluidtechnisches
Kolloquium

8. - 10. März | 2016
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11:50   ics       Saal 5

Optimization of axial piston units based on demand driven relief of tribological contacts

First author:
Stefan Haug, Bosch Rexroth AG/ MOBIMA Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany

Co-author(s):
Marcus Geimer, MOBIMA Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Abstract:
Markets show a clear trend towards an ever more extensive electronic networking in mobile and stationary applications. This requires a certain degree of electronic integration of hydraulic components such as axial piston pumps. Beside some well-known approaches, the transmission of axial piston units still is relatively unexplored regarding electronification. Nonetheless there is a quite high potential to be optimized by electronic. In view of this fact, the present paper deals with the tribological contacts of pumps based on a demand driven hydrostatic relief. The contact areas at cylinder - distributor plate, cradle bearing and slipper - swash plate will be investigated in detail and it will be shown how the pump behavior can be improved considerably through a higher level of relief and a central remaining force ratio. The potential of optimization is to improve the efficiency, especially in partial loaded operation, power range, also for multi quadrant operation, precision and stability. A stable lubricating film for slow-speed running and for very high speeds at different pressures is ensured as well.