Adachi, K and Hutchings, IM (2005) Sensitivity of wear rates in the micro-scale abrasion test to test conditions and material hardness. Wear, 258. pp. 318-321. ISSN 0043-1648Full text not available from this repository.
Micro-scale abrasion (ball cratering) tests were performed with different combinations of ball and bulk specimen materials, under different test conditions, such as load and abrasive slurry concentration. Wear modes were classified into two types: with rolling particle motion and with grooving particle motion. Wear rates observed with rolling particle motion were relatively insensitive to test conditions, whereas with grooving motion they varied much more. It is suggested that rolling abrasion is therefore a more appropriate mode if reproducible test results are desired. The motion of the abrasive particles can be reliably predicted from the knowledge of hardnesses and elastic properties of the ball and the specimen, and from the normal load and the abrasive slurry concentration. General trends in wear resistance measured in the micro-scale abrasion test with rolling particle motion are similar to those reported in tests with fixed abrasives with sliding particle motion, although the variation in wear resistance with hardness is significantly smaller. © 2004 Published by Elsevier B.V.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Ball cratering Micro-scale abrasion Three-body abrasion Two-body abrasion|
|Divisions:||Div E > Production Processes|
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|Date Deposited:||07 Mar 2014 11:25|
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