Antisotropic friction and wear of single crystal manganese-zinc ferrite in contact with itself
Kazuhisa Miyoshi, Donald H. Buckley, Kanazawa Daigaku, Lewis Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1978 - Science - 20 pages
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20 Angle Angle between 110 ANISOTROPIC FRICTION Auger Axis in 110 behavior of manganese-zinc coefficients of friction contact with single-crystal deg Figure direction of rider direction on disk disk and rider disk material disk surface dissimilar crystallographic planes dissimilar directions experiments were conducted figure 3(a fracture pit friction and wear friction as function friction behavior hexagonal wear debris highest-atomic-density directions Kanazawa Kanazawa University Kazuhisa Miyoshi Lewis Research Center low coefficients lowest coefficients manganese manganese-zinc ferrite 110 manganese-zinc ferrite disk manganese-zinc ferrite rider manganese-zinc ferrite surfaces matched crystallographic planes Mating the highest-atomic-density Miller index newton 20 g passes in sliding plane of disk plane of rider rectangular platelets rectangular-platelet wear debris refs rider and disk rider and h Scanning electron micrograph shown in figure single crystals single pass single-crystal manganese-zinc ferrite sliding contact Sliding friction experiments sliding interface Sliding plane spinel sputter cleaning strain gages total sliding distance vacuum chamber wear particle