Revisión sistemática de literatura. Caso de estudio: Modelamiento de un par deslizante con fines de predecir desgaste.

Juan Sebastián Rudas Florez


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15665/rp.v11i1.27

Resumen


El daño progresivo que se produce en la superficie de un componente como resultado de su movimiento relativo a las partes adyacentes de trabajo, tiene profundas consecuencias económicas que implican no sólo los costes de sustitución, sino también los gastos relacionados con la inactividad de la máquina y pérdida de producción. En este artículo se presenta la implementación de un método para la revisión sistemática de literatura con el fin de establecer las metodologías con las que se aborda el modelamiento del proceso de desgaste entre sólidos deslizantes y el estado actual de dicha temática de investigación. La revisión sistemática de literatura es una nueva opción en la recopilación y análisis de bibliografía en ingeniería. Con esta metodología de búsqueda, recopilación, clasificación y análisis de información se logra reducir el tiempo y el esfuerzo para el planteamiento de una problemática de investigación. En el presente artículo se analizaron 50 estudios que cumplían las restricciones de la metodología de búsqueda, además se concluye que el modelamiento de las dinámicas termomecánicas presentes en un par deslizante no es aún un tema consolidado, que no se identifican con claridad cuáles son las variables que relacionan de forma directa la generación de fenómenos térmicos en el proceso y la variación de la tasa de desgaste.


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Revisión sistemática de literatura; Metodología de búsqueda; Modelamiento de procesos; Deslizamiento entre sólidos; Fricción.

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