Friction and wear of iron-base binary alloys in sliding contact with silicon carbide in vacuum
Kazuhisa Miyoshi, Donald H. Buckley, 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, 1980 - Iron alloys - 8 pages
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alloy pins alloy transfer alloys having low alloys in contact ALLOYS IN SLIDING atomic percent ATOMIC RADIUS RATIO atomic-radius ratio increases Buckley calculated from maximum carbide 0001 surface Carbide in Vacuum change of coefficient chromium cient of friction coeffi coefficient of friction concentration of alloying CONTACT WITH SILICON crystal silicon carbide decreases from unity Donald H experiments were conducted Figure friction and wear friction during multipass friction experiments friction generally increases friction with number friction with succeeding function of solute iron-base binary alloys load of 0.2 maximum peak heights Miyoshi multipass sliding NASA TP number of passes pascal produce more transfer rhodium Scanning electron micrographs silicon car silicon carbide 0001 silicon carbide flats silicon carbide surfaces single-crystal silicon carbide sliding contact sliding velocity solute concentration produce SOLUTE-TO-IRON ATOMIC RADIUS solute-to-iron atomic-radius ratio strain gage succeeding passes Ti-Fe pin total sliding distance track on SiC transfer film Wear tracks