Wear Behavior as Hardness Difference of Material in the Dry Sliding Wear Tests of Using Leaf-Spring

판스프링을 사용한 건식마모실험에서 재료경도에 따른 마모거동

  • 김정현 (경일대학교 기계자동차학부)
  • Published : 2008.06.15

Abstract

It is shown that the rate of wear can be related to 'index of wear intensity' using a leaf-spring in the disc on disk on wear tests. Since both upper and lower specimens have used the same hardness values, equivalent hardness of 'the index of wear intensity' used the mean hardness value of specimens. This index is derived from the external variables of load, sliding speed and the hardness of the sliding pairs. The wear behavior as the hardness of the sliding elements on the dry wear has been investigated using a disc on disc configuration. The materials of the specimens are used as ten kinds along their hardness. Using experimental data, we figured the relationship between wear rate and index of wear intensity. A newly wear equation had been derived the result using a leaf-spring in disc on disc wear system.

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