Fundamentals of friction and wear of materials: papers presented at the 1980 ASM Materials Science Seminar, 4-5 October 1980, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David A. Rigney, American Society for Metals. Materials Science Division, Metallurgical Society of AIME.
American Society for Metals, 1981 - Technology & Engineering - 470 pages
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abrasive particle abrasive wear adhesion adhesive wear alloy applications ASME asperities austenitic behavior carbide Chemical Vapor Deposition coefficient of friction contact spots copper corrosion debris particles decreases delamination dependence depth ductile effect elastic electron environment fatigue film formation fracture toughness friction and wear friction coefficient friction layer function grain groove hard coats hardening increase indentation interface load lubrication martensite material removal metals micrograph microscope microstructure normal observed occur oxide plastic deformation polymers Proc PTFE region result Rigney shear strain shear strength shear stress shown in Fig sliding direction sliding distance sliding wear slip soft softer solid specimen structure substrate subsurface surface energy surface layer temperature theory of wear thickness thin tool steel tribological values vapor wear debris wear mechanisms Wear of Materials wear particles wear process wear rate wear resistance wear scar wear track worn surface zone