Micro-abrasion interactions of pure metals in bio-oils

M.T. Mathew, M.M. Stack

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Abstract

An attempt has been made to study the effect of bio-oils on the two- and three-body abrasion process of pure metals and steel. The equipment used was a micro-abrasion tester (TE-66, Phoenix Tribology (Plint)). The materials considered were mild steel, copper, and aluminium, being the most usable and basic materials for industrial applications such as bearings and gear assemblies. The results were used to identify transitions between wear regimes as a function of sliding speed and load. The effect on the abrasion process in the presence of various lubricant oils was also assessed. The mechanisms of abrasion with and without particles were characterised.

Conference

ConferenceThird International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants
CityNew Delhi, India
Period7/10/029/10/02

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Abrasion
Metals
Bearings (structural)
Tribology
Industrial applications
Carbon steel
Lubricants
Gears
Wear of materials
Copper
Aluminum
Oils
Steel

Keywords

  • pure metals
  • lubricants
  • oils
  • micro-abrasion
  • corrosion
  • tribology

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Mathew, M. T., & Stack, M. M. (2002). Micro-abrasion interactions of pure metals in bio-oils. Paper presented at Third International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants, New Delhi, India, .
Mathew, M.T. ; Stack, M.M. / Micro-abrasion interactions of pure metals in bio-oils. Paper presented at Third International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants, New Delhi, India, .
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2002. Paper presented at Third International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants, New Delhi, India, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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