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Reciprocating sliding wear characteristics of copper-carbon fiber composites

Reciprocating sliding wear characteristics of copper-carbon fiber composites

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Composite materials.,
  • Carbon fibers.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKeiichi Kuniya, Hideo Arakawa, Takashi Namekawa.
    SeriesNASA technical translation -- NASA TT-20176., NASA technical translation -- 20176.
    ContributionsArakawa, Hideo., Namekawa, Takashi., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15285040M

      The book reflects the recent progress in the fields such as lubrication, friction and wear, coatings, and precision manufacture etc. in the world. The book is intended for researchers, engineers and graduate students in the field of tribology, lubrication, mechanical production and industrial design.5/5(1). A novel carbon fiber/copper mesh knitted fabric reinforced carbon (Cf/Cu/C) composite was fabricated by a CVI-I/C technique. The mechanical, electrical, arc discharge and tribological properties of the Cf/Cu/C composite were compared with those of a traditional C/Cu composite Author: Miao Sun.

    In this paper, we studied the tribological properties of polyoxymethylene/glass fiber/polytetrafluoroethylene (POM/GF/PTFE) composites on a reciprocating test rig. This test method utilized a flat POM composite specimen and a stainless-steel ball as the upper specimen that slides against the stationary by: 1. Carbon Fibers and Their Composites (MATERIALS ENGINEERING) A incredible wealth of information regarding virtually everything directly related to carbon fiber manufacturing. Not for lightweights, this book give everything from history of carbon fiber to contemporary production methods/5(5).

    Composites￿are￿made￿up￿of￿two￿or￿more dissimilar￿materials￿that￿become￿one￿part, usually￿these￿materials￿include￿fibers￿and resin.￿The￿fibers￿give￿the￿part￿its￿strength. Typical￿fibers￿used￿in￿composites￿are fiberglass,￿carbon￿fiber,￿and￿aramids. 1. Introduction. Copper matrix composites are wildly used as brake materials of high speed vehicles, such as aircraft and high speed train, owing to its good machinability and excellent thermal conductivity [1,2,3,4].Graphite as solid lubricant often is added into the copper matrix friction materials to stabilize the friction coefficient and reduce wear rate during sliding by forming a Cited by: 1.


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Reciprocating sliding wear characteristics of copper-carbon fiber composites Download PDF EPUB FB2

The effect of fiber orientation and alloy composition on the reciprocating sliding wear behavior of Cu-C fiber composite was studied. The wear volume was smaller than that of Cu alloys. The wear volume increased with increasing sliding load and volume fraction of C fibers above 30 volume percent.

The reciprocating sliding friction and wear characteristics of five Si/SiC ceramic composites having different microstructures have been studied. The Si/SiC ceramic composites were prepared using natural materials, such as cotton fiber, wood powder, and jute by: 8.

The sliding wear behavior of fiber reinforced filler filled polymer based composites has been reviewed. An overview of the problem of sliding wear was given with respect to the operating and. In this study, sliding behavior of carbon/carbon (C/C) and carbon/carbon-silicon carbide (C/C-SiC) composites was investigated under reciprocating sliding conditions with the variation of laminate orientation and surface conformity.

The normal and parallel orientation of laminates with partial and low conformity contacts were by: 3. Fig. 13 illustrates the wear mechanisms of cBN-WCCo composites in the sliding wear. Owing to its less wear resistance, the WCCo matrix is worn more than the cBN particles.

The matrix material is worn away easily and a large wear depth is observed on the WCCo matrix in Cited by: As a result, the friction coefficient and the specific wear rate of the composites are relatively high. The interfacial adhesion between carbon fiber and PI matrix are improved by air-oxidation and RES treatment.

Thus, almost no detachment of CF fibers is visible, as shown in Fig. 3 (b) and (c).Cited by: Curing Characteristics and Mechanical Properties of Carbon Fiber-Interlayered Fabric Composites Based on a Polyurethane Matrix MARINO LAVORGNA CNR-Institute of Composite and Biomedical Materials, P.

le Tecc Napoli,Italy PIERFRANCESCO CERRUTI CNR-Institute of Polymer Chemistry and Technology, Via Campi Fleg Pozzuoli (Na Cited by: 4. The coefficients of friction and wear rates of thermoset polyester matrix composites with plain woven polyester fabric reinforcement were studied during reciprocating sliding under adhesive line.

Wear of Polymer Composites Wear of Polymers and Composites 1st ed. Abdelbary Wear of Laminated Fiber Reinforced Composites normal-laminate NL parallel-laminate PL cross-laminate CL Laminate orientation w.r.t the sliding direction should be considered when assessing the tribological properties of laminated composites.

Location of the. The most important tendencies in the development of powder metallurgy. Kuniya, H. Arakawa, and T. Namekawa, “Reciprocating sliding wear characteristics of copper-carbon fiber composites,” Trans.

Jpn. Inst. Met.,28, No Powder Metallurgy and Composite Materials and Their Use in Light of the Decisions of the 27th Congress of the Cited by: 1. Reciprocating linear sliding friction and wear tests of PEEK composites were performed against hardened and polished carbon steel AISI (Cr 6, DIN ) as a counter material.

Having the following mechanical properties: yield strength of MPa, hardness of HB, modulus of elasticity of GPa, Poisson ratio oftensile strength of MPa and an elongation of %.Cited by: In Carbon Fiber Composites, the reader is introduced to a wide range of carbon fiber composites, including polymer-matrix, metal matrix, carbon-matrix, ceramic-matrix and hybrid subject is examined in a tutorial fashion, so that no prior knowledge of the field is required.

In contrast to other books on composites, this book emphasizes materials rather than mechanics, as the. Co efficient of friction as a function of sliding time The C.O.F at 10, 30 and 60 Hz frequency levels under a constant normal load of 1 kg has been plotted in respect of rubbing time in Fig Get this from a library.

Reciprocating sliding wear characteristics of copper-carbon fiber composites. [Keiichi Kuniya; Hideo Arakawa; Takashi Namekawa; United States. National Aeronautics and.

Study on the Wear and Friction of Short Carbon Fiber and/or Nano‐TiO 2 Reinforced Polyphenylene Sulfide Composites using Artificial Neural Networks Reciprocating Sliding Wear of Surface Modified Austenitic High Nitrogen Stainless Steel and CoCrMo‐Alloy (Pages: ) Wear Characteristics of Diamond Grain‐Types in Steel‐Ceramic.

Composite materials are made by combining reinforcement (fiber) with matrix (resin), and this combination of the fiber and matrix provides characteristics superior to either of the materials alone.

In a composite material, the fiber carries a majority of the load and is the major contributor in the material properties. An experimental study has been carried out to investigate the reciprocating friction and wear characteristics of woven glass epoxy composites filled with Al particulate using a reciprocating friction and wear tester.

The fiber weight fraction has been kept constant at 60 wt% and Al wt% is varied as 0, 5, 10, and 15%.Author: Pujan Sarkar, Nipu Modak, Prasanta Sahoo. Carbon Composites: Composites with Carbon Fibers, Nanofibers, and Nanotubes, Second Edition, provides the reader with information on a wide range of carbon fiber composites, including polymer-matrix, metal-matrix, carbon-matrix, ceramic-matrix and cement-matrix composites.

In contrast to other books on composites, this work emphasizes materials rather than Edition: 2. Designing in carbon fibre composites Katarina Uusitalo v Definitions CFRP – carbon fibre reinforced plastics, composite materials consisting of carbon fibres and a polymer matrix FRC – fibre reinforced composites FRP – fibre reinforced plastics PMC – polymer matrix composites Quasi-isotropic – the material have an equal number of layers in the 0°, 90°, ±45° directions, so that.

Wear characteristics of continuous graphite fiber-epoxy compo were studied on a Falex wear tester by sliding composite rings with var fiber orientations against conforming steel blocks under.

In addition, SiC reinforcements improve the wear resistance of the composite and the monolithic samples. Since the Al matrix material is smeared onto NiTi fibers in a short period, all composite samples show similar frictional characteristics after certain period of running in dry by: 7.

The 14th International Conference on Wear of Materials took place in Washington, DC, USA, 30 March - 3 April These proceedings contain over two-hundred peer reviewed papers containing the best research, technical developments and engineering case studies from around the world.

Biomaterials and nano-tribology receive special attention in this collection reflecting the general. The effect of carbon fibre Thermosetting and thermoplastic polymers have been reinforced with carbon fibres of high strength and elastic modulus, and their friction and wear properties examined.

During dry sliding against steel, randomly oriented chopped fibres reduce both the coefficients of friction and the wear rates of polymers to levels.