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  2. Joining Processes by Plastic Deformation
  3. TRIBOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT OF WEAR THEORY: REVIEW AND DISCUSSION
  4. RWTH IFAM - Präsentationen

Tribological issues are inevitable since feedstock has up to 93 wt. In this study, each of the relatively soft carbonyl iron powder and the hard, abrasive Iron oxide powder are mixed with binder system, consisting of HDPE High-density polyethylene , Paraffin Wax and S. Stearic Acid at different magnitudes of volumetric powder loading. The properties of the feedstocks made from the two materials showed significant variation in flow behaviour due to difference in inter-particle frictional behaviour with changing process parameters as well as material parameters.

Furthermore, to study flow behaviour of feedstocks apparent viscosity is plotted against temperature and shear rate in order to establish the sensitivity of temperature and pressure. Flow behaviour index was determined by analysing variation of viscosity with shear rate of feedstock.


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As expected, results show that the feedstock having iron oxide powder with hard irregular shaped particles exhibits a higher viscosity if compared to the spherical particles in the Carbonyl iron powder feedstock. It was observed that the feedstock containing iron oxide powder 75 wt.

Additions of graphite powder to the hard and abrasive iron oxide powder to facilitate reduction of the iron oxide during sintering would also be expected to improve the flow behaviour of the iron oxide feedstock on account of the superior lubricating properties of the graphite powder. Copyright of Advanced Materials Research is the property of Trans Tech Publications, Ltd and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission.


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This task is complicated and requires theoretical analysis. Alexeyev and Jahanmir45 have attempted to develop self lubrication theory based on quantitative analysis. Slip-line field analysis of plastic deformation is used to analyze the processes of deformation and flow of the soft phase toward the sliding surface.

They found a general relationship for deformation and flow of soft phase is obtained. It shows that the properties as well as size and shape of hard matrix and soft second-phase particles control the processes of deformation and flow of the soft phase as shown in Fig. Solid lubrication is introduced from the solid lubricant cavities reservoirs dispersed within the material. The solid lubricant particles deform by the sliding action of the mating surface and are squeezed out toward the surface, forming a soft interfacial film. The presence of this film is believed to be responsible forthe observed low friction and reduced wear.

When the solid lubricant film is worn away, the resulting increase in friction accentuates plastic deformation of the surface layer and forces more material from second-phase particles toward the surface, thus re-forming the worn film. The beneficial effect of selflubrication depends on the thickness of the film, the relative plastic properties of the film and the sublayer, and the pressure experienced by the soft film and sublayer Very few studies have been done on the processes of film formation and destruction.

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In order to understand the tribological behaviour of metal matrix selflubricating composite, the basic mechanism of the formation of lubricating films must be developed. The early studies of wear behaviour on self-lubricating aluminium composite using graphite as solid lubricant have been done by several researchers.

They found that the reduction in friction and wear of the aluminium-graphite composites is result of the embedded graphite particles during sliding, forming a lubricating film on both the tribosurface of the composite and the steel mating surface. Whereas, Alexeyev and Jahanmir47 attempted to describe the process of film formation in self-lubricating composites and deformation of the film based on quantitative analysis by the slip-line field method.

The results show that the size of second-phase particles in the composite, the relative shear yield limit of the matrix and the soft phase, and the thickness of the film control the tribological performance of these composites. They found that the tribological behaviour of the composite depends on the hardness of the matrix, the rate of release graphite particulates, the structure of the solid lubricating film deposited on the wearing material, and the structure of Al chip clusters.

Development of five wear theory might be summarized as shown in Fig. However, in , Sanino and Rack51 proposed the theory based on debris generation in order to shows the wear mechanism in integrated manner. They stated that wear debris generation mechanism is the consequence of a combination of subsurface, surface and third body dynamic behaviours.

Based on literatures, since year , there are some research focuses on the role of soft reinforcement particle in hybrid composite. The soft reinforcement likes graphite and carbon fibre, whereas the hard material likes Saffil fibre or SiC particles in hybrid composite. Some researchers have studied the sliding wear behaviour of aluminium hybrid composite found that the hybrid composite showed the best performance in wear resistance. Their result showed more stable tribo-layers on the contact surfaces of the graphitic composites compared to non-graphitic composites However, the hard constituents in the tribo-layers were the scuffing damage that they inflicted on the counterface.

Therefore, based on previous work on dry sliding wear of multiple reinforcement composite, it might be proposed that the wear mechanism involved in integrated wear mechanism as shown in Fig. It can be concluded as follow: Adhesive wear is influenced by critical parameters such as applied load, speed and environment. Abrasive theory is influenced by contact geometry, matrix and hard reinforcement phase as well as interface characteristics.

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Suresha S, Sridhara BK. Effect of addition of graghite particulates on the wear behaviour in aluminiumsilicon carbide-graphite composites. Materials and Design ; 31 4 : Effect of silicon carbide particulates on wear resistance of graphitic aluminium matrix composites. Materials and Design ; 31 9 : All received manuscripts have to pass through "Plagiarism Detection Software" test before forwarding for peer review. We consider "Plagiarism is a crime". IJCRR can not be held responsible for views, opinions and written statements of researchers published in this journal.

hireasset.com/tyxec-cell-phone.php Self Lubrication Theory Apart from hard second-phases particle in soft matrix composite, a soft secondphase particles in hard and strong matrix composites are widely used in sliding bearing applications. They found that the tribological behaviour of the composite depends on the hardness of the matrix, the rate of release graphite particulates, the structure of the solid lubricating film deposited on the wearing material, and the structure of Al chip clusters General discussion Development of five wear theory might be summarized as shown in Fig. Stachowiak GW. Wear: Materials, Mechanisms and Practice.

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