Friction and wear of metals with a single-crystal abrasive grit of silicon carbide: effect of shear strength of metal
Kazuhisa Miyoshi, Donald H. Buckley, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, Kanazawa Daigaku, Lewis Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1978 - Technology & Engineering - 24 pages
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0.04-millimeter-radius silicon carbide 20 grams 3mm/min abrasive wear Aeronautics and Space argon at atmospheric atmospheric pressure Basal plane Body-centered cubic coefficient of friction constant for material contact pressure decrease linearly deformation of metal dry argon emery paper experiments were conducted Face-centered cubic figure 11 figure 9 Friction and Wear friction force function of shear GRIT OF SILICON groove wear track groove width Hexagonal close packed Hydrostatic pressure iron surface kg/mm Lewis Research Center metal properties metal riders slid metal surface metal wear mineral oil molybdenum National Aeronautics plastic deformation primarily from plastic riders in contact set in dry set in oil shown in figure silicon carbide rider silicon carbide surface SINGLE-CRYSTAL ABRASIVE GRIT single-crystal silicon carbide slid on flat Sliding friction experiments sliding of 0.04-millimeter-radius sliding velocity Space Administration spherical silicon carbide strength of metal temperature titanium and zirconium Ultimate shear strength various metals Vickers hardness WEAR OF METALS