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Mechanical and tribological properties of a sintered glass-ceramic compared to granite and porcelainized stoneware
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, 2011)
Mechanical and tribological properties of a partially crystallized sintered glass-ceramic were compared to two commercial floor tiles: black granite and porcelainized stoneware. Mechanical properties, hardness and elastic ...
Tribological behaviour of nitrided and nitrocarburized carbon steel used to produce engine parts
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to select a proper surface treatment to enhance wear resistance of engine camshafts. The camshaft is a relevant part of a diesel engine which works under torsion, fatigue and wear ...
Comparison of tribological properties of stainless steel with hard and soft DLC coatings
Stainless steels are widely used in chemical, petrochemical and food-processing industries due to their good anticorrosion properties. However, they generally exhibit poor tribological properties which limit their applications ...
Vibration and wear particles analysis in a test stand
Purpose - This paper aims to provide information on wear debris on oil and vibration analysis as predictive maintenance techniques. Design/methodology/ approach - The estate of a reducer is verified by analyzing the vibration ...
Tin Coatings Electrodeposited from Sulfonic Acid-Based Electrolytes: Tribological Behavior
A high efficiency methane sulfonic acid electrolyte used for tin electrodeposition was studied, and the properties of the resulting deposits were compared to those of tin coatings obtained from an industrial phenol sulfonic ...
Bronze electrodeposition from an acidic non-cyanide high efficiency electrolyte: tribological behaviour
(Elsevier Science, 2014-08)
Bronze coatings were electrodeposited onto a rotating cylinder electrode from a novel non-cyanide acid plating bath with high efficiency (92%). Deposits were obtained from a phenol sulfonic acid bath and their morphology, ...
Tribological Behavior of Bone Against Calcium Titanate Coating in Simulated Body Fluid
(Facultad de Ingeniería, 2016)
Corrosion, Tribology, and Tribocorrosion Research in Biomedical Implants: Progressive Trend in the Published Literature
There has been significant progress in implant research during last the 10 years (2005–2015). The increase in the elderly population coupled with a lack of proper physical activity is a potential cause for the sudden ...