Wear of Engineering Materials
Jeffery A. Hawk
Taylor & Francis, Jun 1, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 280 pages
Symposium proceedings contains information on some of the latest work involving the development, assessment, and application of wear-resistant materials. Nearly 60 papers by authors from more than 10 countries discuss fundamental and applied research in the areas of wear, erosion, and wear-corrosion of materials.
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Microstructural Evolution During Sliding
Tribological Properties of Centrifugally Cast Lead Free Copper Alloy Graphite Composites
Development and Application of Structural Methods of Tribodiagnostics
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97 on Wear abrasive particles abrasive wear adhesion alloy alumina aluminum applied load ASTM austempered ductile irons austenite balls bearing materials bismuthized bronzes carbide cavitation centrifugal casting ceramic coating composite materials copper alloy corrosion counterface cracks damage depth decreases diameter disk ductile irons effect electron diffraction Engineering Materials erodent erosion rate fatigue fiber orientation fluid fracture toughness friction coefficient graphite particles graphite rich zone hardness hot-pressed impact angle impingement angle increases layer lubrication machine martensite material removal Materials Solutions 97 matrix measured metal micrographs microstructure MoSi2 nozzle overlay oxide performance phase plastic deformation Proceedings from Materials Rolling Contact Fatigue samples shown in Figure shows silicon nitride sliding solid steel stress substrate surface Table temperature tribological uncoated velocity volume fraction volume loss wear behavior Wear of Engineering wear rate wear resistance wear tests wear track