The characterization of wear transitions in sliding wear process contaminated with silica and iron powder

Yuan, C.Q., Peng, Z., Zhou, X.C., and Yan, X.P. (2005) The characterization of wear transitions in sliding wear process contaminated with silica and iron powder. Tribology International, 38 (2). pp. 129-143.

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Abstract

When a machine is previous terminnext term operation, two moving surfaces interact to generate a large amount of previous termwearnext term particles. The previous termwearnext term debris generated inside the machine or contaminants from outside plays important roles previous terminnext term both two-body and three-body previous termwear.next term For all mining and port machinery, their lubricants are very likely to be polluted by contaminants such as previous termsilicanext term and other metallic debris such as previous termironnext term and nickel. previous termInnext term order to seek a deeper understanding of the effects of different contaminants on previous termwear process,next term this project investigated previous termsliding wear processes when silica powder and iron powdernext term exist previous terminnext term lubricants.

Four previous termsliding wearnext term tests were conducted on a pin-on-disc tester with and without the contaminants. Visual inspection, ferrography analysis, particle quantity analysis using a particle analyzer, and numerical surface analysis using confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) were conducted to study the previous termwearnext term particles and previous termwearnext term surfaces. Supported by the data generated from the comprehensive analyses on the previous termwearnext term particles and previous termwearnext term surfaces, the investigation of the effects of the added contaminants to the previous termwear processes and wearnext term mechanisms have been carried out and presented previous terminnext term this paper.

Item ID: 667
Item Type: Article (Refereed Research - C1)
Keywords: Wear, Wearnext term debris analysis, Previous termSilica, Iron powdernext term, Machine condition monitoring
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ISSN: 1879-2464
Date Deposited: 23 Oct 2006
FoR Codes: 09 ENGINEERING > 0913 Mechanical Engineering > 091399 Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified @ 100%
SEO Codes: 86 MANUFACTURING > 8614 Machinery and Equipment > 861404 Mining Machinery and Equipment @ 60%
86 MANUFACTURING > 8614 Machinery and Equipment > 861401 Agricultural Machinery and Equipment @ 30%
86 MANUFACTURING > 8614 Machinery and Equipment > 861403 Industrial Machinery and Equipment @ 10%
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