Wear

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Academic Press, 1979 - Materials - 498 pages
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Contents

Theories of Wear and Their Significance for Engineering Practice F T Barwell
1
Introduction
2
Wear in Vacuum or Inert Gases
19
Wear in Air without Deliberate Lubrication
26
Wear of Lubricated Systems
53
Elastohydrodynamic Conditions
58
General Remarks
65
References
76
Summary
170
References
171
Scuffing A Dyson
175
Introduction
176
Physical Manifestations of Scuffing
177
The Practical Importance of Scuffing
182
Factors Affecting Scuffing
185
Empirical Criteria for Scuffing
188

The Wear of Polymers
85
Evans and J K Lancaster I Introduction
86
Materials
87
Friction
91
Wear Testing
94
Abrasion
97
Fatigue
104
Adhesion
108
Composites
115
Lubrication
124
Applications
128
References
134
The Wear of Carbons and Graphites J K Lancaster I Introduction
141
Materials
142
Friction
145
Wear
152
Electrical Contacts
159
Bearings and Seals
165
CarbonCarbon Combinations
167
Screening Tests for Scuffing
198
References
213
Abrasive Wear Martin A Moore I Introduction
217
Validity of a Simple Model of Abrasive Wear
221
HI Mechanisms of Material Removal
228
Variables Influencing Abrasive Particle Contact
237
Concluding Remarks
253
Fretting R B Waterhouse I Introduction
259
Effect of Variables
265
Fretting in Aqueous Electrolytes
274
Mechanism of Fretting Wear
276
Preventive Measures
281
Erosion Caused by Impact of Solid Particles
287
Rolling Contact Fatigue
321
Wear Resistance of Metals
363
Wear of MetalCutting Tools
443
Index
491
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