Wang, AG and Hutchings, IM (1987) MECHANISMS OF ABRASIVE WEAR IN A BORONIZED ALLOY STEEL. Wear of Materials: International Conference on Wear of Materials, 2. pp. 717-724. ISSN 0192-4990Full text not available from this repository.
This paper describes the effects of abrasive hardness and size on the 2-body abrasive wear mechanisms of a boronized low alloy steel. It is found that the wear resistance of the boronized steel is much greater against alumina abrasive than against silicon carbide. This difference in wear resistance is much enhanced when the particle size or the applied load is increased. Scanning electron microscopy of the worn specimens and of the used abrasive papers revealed that the enhanced difference in wear resistance between coarse alumina and silicon carbide papers is due to a change in the wear mechanism produced by silicon carbide papers with increasing abrasive particle size.
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