Friction and wear with a single-crystal abrasive grit of silicon carbide in contact with iron-base binary alloys in oil: effect of alloying element and its contents
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, 1979 - Science - 16 pages
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025 millimeter 3mm/min abrasive wear abrasive-wear and friction alloy disk alloy hardening alloying elements alloys and pure aluminum oxide annealed and mechanically atomic percent atomic radius ratio atomic size misfit chromium coefficient of friction constant for material controlling the abrasive-wear correlated decreasing rates dH/dC effect of alloying Effect Sliding friction experiments were conducted friction and groove friction and wear Friction force trace friction-force function of solute groove wear track height H height wear volume iron as function iron atomic radius iron-base binary alloys Iron-rhodium alloy Iron-titanium alloy Iron-tungsten alloy mechanically polished alloy metals mineral oil newton polished alloy surfaces polished surfaces pressure during sliding Pure iron rhodium rider in mineral riders in contact shear strength silicon carbide rider simple experiments single-crystal silicon carbide Single-pass sliding Sliding friction experiments Sliding velocity solute to iron spherical rider Stephens and Witzke surface profile titanium content total sliding distance various iron-base alloys Witzke ref