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0. Abstract
1. Introduction
2. Experimental procedures
3. Results and discussion
4. Conclusions
5. References


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Lubricated Rolling-Sliding damage
in powder metallurgy alloys

by prof.ing. Giovanni Straffelini, dr.ing. Damiano Martorelli
Department of Materials Engineering, University of Trento, Via Mesiano 77, 38122 TRENTO (Italy)
E-mail: Giovanni.Straffelini@ing.unitn.it

Work presented at 2000 AIMETA Tribology Conference in L'Aquila (Italy), September, 20-22th 2000.

0.1 Abstract

Ferrous porous alloys, produced by Powder Metallurgy (PM), are currently used in the production of structural parts, like gears, which undergo rolling-sliding loading in service. In order to increase employment of these types of materials, specific design criteria which properly account for the damage mechanisms have to be developed. In the present investigation the lubricated rolling-sliding surface damage mechanisms in whole as-sintered and carbonitrided PM materials were investigated. Four types of damage mechanisms were identified: surface densification; formation of surface microcracks by asperity-scale plastic shearing; formation of numerous microcracks at the pore edges; formation of subsurface macroscopic cracks, which produced spalling. The influence of microstructure on the occurrence of such mechanisms is discussed, and guidelines for the proper selection of PM materials for lubricated rolling-sliding applications are thus highlighted.




0.2 Index of essay

  1. Abstract
  2. Introduction
  3. Experimental procedures
  4. Results and discussion
  5. Conclusions
  6. References


 
     
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