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MAE 493N 593T Lec11

MAE 493N 593T Lec11

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“Tribology
 
in
 
Mechanical
 
Engineering”MAE
 
493N/593T
Dr.
 
Konstantinos
 
A.
 
Sierros
West
 
Virginia
 
UniversityMechanical
 
&
 
Aerospace
 
EngineeringESB
 
Annex
 
263kostas.sierros@mail.wvu.edu
 
Wear
Introduction
Definition
 
and
 
measurement
 
of 
 
wear
Classification
 
of 
 
wear
Mechanisms
 
of 
 
wear
Seizure
Melt
 
wear
Oxidation
dominated
 
wear
Mechanical
 
wear
 
processes
Fatigue
 
wear
 
in
 
rolling
 
contacts
Fretting
 
and
 
corrosion
 
wear
Erosive
 
wear
Third
 
bodies
 
and
 
wear
Wear
 
by
 
abrasive
 
contaminants
Interfacial
 
‘third’
 
bodies
Debris
 
analysis
Further
 
reading
DLC
 
coating
 
wear
 
track
 
in
 
oil
 
lubricated
 
conditions
 
Abrasive
 
wear
 
During
 
abrasive
 
wear
 
harder
 
asperities/harder
 
particles
 
trapped
 
at
 
the
 
interface
 
damage
 
the
 
other
 
surface
 
If 
 
both
 
surfaces
 
are
 
soft,
 
the
 
hard
 
particles
 
can
 
be
 
contaminants
 
from
 
the
 
outside
 
environment
The
 
hard
 
particles
 
can
 
be
 
formed
 
in
situ
 
by
 
oxidation
Chemical
 
or
 
mechanical
 
processes
 
can
 
produce
 
hard
 
particles
 
Abrasion
 
takes
 
place
 
because
 
the
 
counterface
 
is
 
both
 
rough
 
and
 
intrinsically
 
harder
 
than
 
the
 
wearing
 
component
 
If 
 
particles
 
are
 
entrapped
 
within
 
the
 
contact
 
boundaries
 
the
 
situation
 
is
 
known
 
as
 
three
body 
 
abrasion
 
Wear
 
mechanisms
Three
body
 
abrasionTwo
body
 
abrasion

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