Effects of operating conditions on gas suction of radial lip seals

S. Nakaoka, Y. Sato, S. Gondo, Joichi Sugimura, Y. Yamamoto

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Abstract

This paper describes the method and results of experiments on effects of seal operating conditions on gas transportation between the air side and the sump side of radial lip seals. A novel technique has been developed to measure sucked and leaked gas volume across lip seals quantitatively by using gas chromatography. Tests are conducted with helium and nitrogen under various shaft speeds, sump levels, shaft dynamic runouts, and sump pressures. The results show that lip seals pump gas from the air side into the sump side, and at the same time leak gas in the opposite direction, whereby the leak rates are lower than the pump rates. The rates of gas transportation depend on the shaft speed and the sump pressure, while they do not depend on the dynamic runout.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPapers presented at
Subtitle of host publicationSealing for Pollution Prevention and Control - 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing
EditorsJ. Hoyes
Pages263-270
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2005
Event18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing - Antwerp, Belgium
Duration: Oct 12 2005Oct 14 2005

Publication series

Name18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing

Other

Other18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing
CountryBelgium
CityAntwerp
Period10/12/0510/14/05

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Seals
Gases
Pumps
Air
Gas chromatography
Helium
Nitrogen
Experiments

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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Nakaoka, S., Sato, Y., Gondo, S., Sugimura, J., & Yamamoto, Y. (2005). Effects of operating conditions on gas suction of radial lip seals. In J. Hoyes (Ed.), Papers presented at: Sealing for Pollution Prevention and Control - 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing (pp. 263-270). (18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing).

Effects of operating conditions on gas suction of radial lip seals. / Nakaoka, S.; Sato, Y.; Gondo, S.; Sugimura, Joichi; Yamamoto, Y.

Papers presented at: Sealing for Pollution Prevention and Control - 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing. ed. / J. Hoyes. 2005. p. 263-270 (18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Nakaoka, S, Sato, Y, Gondo, S, Sugimura, J & Yamamoto, Y 2005, Effects of operating conditions on gas suction of radial lip seals. in J Hoyes (ed.), Papers presented at: Sealing for Pollution Prevention and Control - 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing. 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing, pp. 263-270, 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing, Antwerp, Belgium, 10/12/05.
Nakaoka S, Sato Y, Gondo S, Sugimura J, Yamamoto Y. Effects of operating conditions on gas suction of radial lip seals. In Hoyes J, editor, Papers presented at: Sealing for Pollution Prevention and Control - 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing. 2005. p. 263-270. (18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing).
Nakaoka, S. ; Sato, Y. ; Gondo, S. ; Sugimura, Joichi ; Yamamoto, Y. / Effects of operating conditions on gas suction of radial lip seals. Papers presented at: Sealing for Pollution Prevention and Control - 18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing. editor / J. Hoyes. 2005. pp. 263-270 (18th International Conference of Fluid Sealing).
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