Michel Fillon
Michel Fillon
Director of Research, Institut Pprime, CNRS, University of Poitiers, France
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TitleCited byYear
Analysis of thermal effects in hydrodynamic bearings
R Boncompain, M Fillon, J Frene
Journal of Tribology 108 (2), 219-224, 1986
2341986
Effect of textured area on the performances of a hydrodynamic journal bearing
N Tala-Ighil, M Fillon, P Maspeyrot
Tribology International 44 (3), 211-219, 2011
2192011
About the validity of Reynolds equation and inertia effects in textured sliders of infinite width
MB Dobrica, M Fillon
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of …, 2009
1632009
Optimizing surface texture for hydrodynamic lubricated contacts using a mass-conserving numerical approach
MB Dobrica, M Fillon, MD Pascovici, T Cicone
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of …, 2010
1462010
Experimental study of tilting-pad journal bearings—comparison with theoretical thermoelastohydrodynamic results
M Fillon, JF Bligoud, J.C
ASME Journal ofTribology, 1992
1391992
Effects of surface texture on journal-bearing characteristics under steady-state operating conditions
N Tala-Ighil, P Maspeyrot, M Fillon, A Bounif
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of …, 2007
1202007
An experimental analysis of misalignment effects on hydrodynamic plain journal bearing performances
J Bouyer, M Fillon
Journal of Tribology 124 (2), 313-319, 2002
1142002
Thermohydrodynamic analysis of a worn plain journal bearing
M Fillon, J Bouyer
Tribology international 37 (2), 129-136, 2004
1092004
On the generalization of thermohydrodynamic analyses for journal bearings
MM Khonsari, JY Jang, M Fillon
Journal of tribology 118 (3), 571-579, 1996
1051996
Analytical investigation of a partially textured parallel slider
MD Pascovici, T Cicone, M Fillon, MB Dobrica
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of …, 2009
982009
Transient thermoelastohydrodynamic study of tilting-pad journal bearings—comparison between experimental data and theoretical results
P Monmousseau, M Fillon, J Frene
Journal of Tribology 119 (3), 401-407, 1997
911997
The significance of oil thermal properties on the performance of a tilting-pad thrust bearing
SB Glavatskih, M Fillon, R Larsson
Journal of tribology 124 (2), 377-385, 2002
712002
A numerical investigation of both thermal and texturing surface effects on the journal bearings static characteristics
N Tala-Ighil, M Fillon
Tribology International 90, 228-239, 2015
672015
An analysis of the influence of oil supply conditions on the thermohydrodynamic performance of a single-groove journal bearing
L Costa, AS Miranda, M Fillon, JCP Claro
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of …, 2003
642003
Thermohydrodynamic behavior of misaligned plain journal bearings: theoretical and experimental approaches
I Pierre, E de France, J Bouyer, M Fillon
Tribology Transactions 47 (4), 594-604, 2004
632004
Transient thermoelastohydrodynamic analysis for safe operating conditions of a tilting-pad journal bearing during start-up
P Monmousseau, M Fillon
Tribology International 33 (3-4), 225-231, 2000
632000
An experimental investigation of the effect of groove location and supply pressure on the THD performance of a steadily loaded journal bearing
L Costa, M Fillon, AS Miranda, JCP Claro
Journal of tribology 122 (1), 227-232, 2000
622000
Comparison between three turbulent models—application to thermohydrodynamic performances of tilting-pad journal bearings
L Bouard, M Fillon, J Frene
Tribology International 29 (1), 11-18, 1996
621996
Influence of wear on the behavior of a two-lobe hydrodynamic journal bearing subjected to numerous start-ups and stops
J Bouyer, M Fillon, I Pierre-Danos
STLE/ASME 2006 international joint tribology conference, 361-365, 2008
612008
Experiments on thermal effects in a hydrodynamic thrust bearing
A Dadouche, M Fillon, JC Bligoud
Tribology international 33 (3-4), 167-174, 2000
612000
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