2015-Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit
SIPS 2015 Volume 6: Coatings, Cement, Rare Earth & Ferro-alloys

Editors:Kongoli F, Yildirim H, Hainer S, Hofmann K, Proske T, Graubner C.A., Albert B
Publisher:Flogen Star OUTREACH
Publication Year:2015
Pages:200 pages
ISBN:978-1-987820-29-4
ISSN:2291-1227 (Metals and Materials Processing in a Clean Environment Series)
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    Wear Behaviour of Nanomaterials

    Sayah Tahar1;
    1USTHB, FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND PROCESS ENGINEERING, Algiers, Algeria;
    Type of Paper: Regular
    Id Paper: 340
    Topic: 19

    Abstract:

    We propose an experimental study of the surface to dry and analysis of the evolution parameters roughness. The simplified model was proposed to predict the metrological parameters in the contact area of the deformed surface. The model is based on the analysis of the topography 3D of the deformed surface. The hot isostatic pressing (HIP) is the only process that will develop fully dense samples, from Fe,Cr,Mo,Ni,Ti,W powder. This sample is hot pressed at 1500AC under 150Mpa of argon pressure. Moreover, the grain size of the consolidated samples was analyzed by SEM, ABSD and optical microscopy. The study aims to characterize the topography of sintered materials obtained by wear tests. Therefore, it is interesting initially in the evolution of wear for the loads applied and to characterize the different roughness emerging from 3D AFM observations. Experimental and theoretical research on the topography changes during dry contact deformation was carried, providing results that demonstrate the persistent nature of roughness asperities even under high loading when bulk plastic deformation appears. Most theoretical investigations of the problem have been based on a simplified model neglecting the statistical distribution of asperities on the real surface, used test and 3D measurement of surface topography in order to investigate its frictional behaviour. The mechanism of contact of a rigid plane with a rough surface in the presence of a lubricant is different than in the case of dry contact. The topography of the samples was measured both in initial undeformed and in the deformed state after removal of the load. In these states, however, a change of the shape of the samples when compared to the initial state was observed. Thus, prior to the determination of roughness parameters of the deformed surfaces, their curvature was removed using a filtration procedure. The essential differences in surface topography of samples loaded in dry condition are confirmed in the analysis of roughness parameter evolution. The following 3D parameters were considered: In the unloaded state, flattened asperities can be observed on the deformed surface. The real contact area corresponding to the maximal load attained in the surface compression experiment can be identified from measurement of the deformed roughness after unloading. The identification of the real contact area was carried out using a special algorithm based on single profile analysis. It should be noted that the profiles obtained in this way have a common reference level. The selected profiles also have the same direction, which, in the case of anisotropic surfaces (turning, grinding), should be perpendicular to the direction of the movement of the machining tool. The proposed model was applied to analyze a wear of four kinds of rough surfaces. The predicted values were compared with experimental results. The wear and surface roughness based on the parameters of dry friction tests were measured. This study suggested the optimal parameters of chemical composition, and analysis of the effects alloying elements on surface roughness and wear in the process dry friction tests.

    Cite this article as:

    Tahar S. Wear Behaviour of Nanomaterials. In: Kongoli F, Yildirim H, Hainer S, Hofmann K, Proske T, Graubner C.A., Albert B, editors. Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit SIPS 2015 Volume 6: Coatings, Cement, Rare Earth & Ferro-alloys. Volume 6. Montreal(Canada): FLOGEN Star Outreach. 2015. p. .