Mechanical wear prediction and prevention
Providing an overview of tribological phenomena, this comprehensive reference details a practical methodology to determine the design parameters and materials to obtain desired wear performances - stressing the idea of mechanical wear as a system property not merely a material property, throughout.
Emphasizing general concepts rather than the specifics associated with individual materials and wear conditions, Mechanical Wear Prediction and Prevention examines engineering wear and wear rate relationships; describes the selection and engineering models; integrates wear behavior with other elements of design such as cost, function, and manufacturability; summaries and critiques commonly used and standardized wear tests; offers numerous micrographs of wear scar morphology for use in failure analysis; discusses case studies taken from the author's experiences well as from the professional literature to illustrate techniques for solving wear design problems; and much more.
Containing over 525 up - to - date references and more than 950 insightful tables, drawings, equations, photographs, and micrographs, Mechanical Wear Prediction and Prevention is a vital resource for mechanical, manufacturing, materials, plastics, lubrication, development, test, and reliability engineers; electrical contact designers; metallurgists; tribologists; and upper - level undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in these disciplines.
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A3 Wear Mechanisms
A4 Wear Behavior and Phenomena
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abrasive wear adhesive wear amount of sliding amount of wear analysis apparatus application asperity associated ASTM bearing boundary lubrication break-in cavitation changes coating coefficient of friction Conf considered contact geometry counterface deformation determine developed effect elastomer elements engineering Equation erosion evaluate example factor fatigue wear film fluid function geometry illustrated in Figure impact wear increase indicated influence initial interface Intl involved journal bearings kpsi load lubrication Measurable Wear Model mode morphology motion obtained occur oxide particles permission from ASME plastic platen Proc profilometer PTFE region relationship reprinted by permission result ribbon rolling roughness selection shear stress shown in Figure significant simulation sliding wear slurry speed steel stress concentration surface temperature tend transition Tribology tribosystem typical values velocity wear behavior wear coefficient wear curve wear depth wear mechanisms Wear of Materials wear performance wear rate wear resistance wear scar wear situation wear specimen wear tests
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Engineering Design for Wear, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded
Raymond G. Bayer
Limited preview - 2010