By Klaus Friedrich (Eds.)
A lot study has been conducted, and many development has been made in the direction of using composite fabrics in quite a lot of tribological purposes. in recent times, reports were made to figure out to what measure phenomena governing the tribological functionality of composites could be generalized, and to consolidate interdisciplinary info for polymer-, steel- and ceramic matrix composites. the significance of selling greater wisdom within the parts of friction, lubrication and put on, commonly, is confirmed by means of the contents of the amount. It covers a variety of matters extending from primary examine at the tribological features of assorted multi-phase fabrics as much as ultimate functions of composites in put on loaded, technical parts. as well as the emphasis on composites tribology, the sensible point of the sector is usually reviewed through authors who're engaged in utilized study in addition to these in additional educational actions. The articles during this quantity may be of worth to either researchers and mechanical designers of their paintings in the direction of a collection of predictive, fabrics engineering-related types for a extra trustworthy use of composites as tribo-materials. throughout the research and commentary of the tribology of sensibly formulated composite platforms, a transparent and extra profound knowing of the topic of tribology may well emerge. during this experience, this article bargains a severe review of the country of figuring out of the rules of tribology and its skill to serve the sensible and advertisement wishes of this know-how ordinarily, and especially within the context of composite structures
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LCP shows marked orientation dependent tribological properties (fig. 26). The same effects of the sliding direction were also observed with an amorphous LCP, which has a much higher wear factor than a semicrystalline LCP (fig. 27). A possible explanation for the highly pronounced anisotropy seems to be the weak interface between the fibrous segments, as shown in fig. 28. s p Fig. 27. Effects of the sliding direction on the tribological properties of an amorphous LCP (type 1). 14 N / m m . 2 Z Friction and wear of self-reinforced thermoplastics 47 Fig.
3. Dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) on PE-HD The DMA curves which show the storage moduli and mechanical loss factors as function of temperature, are shown in fig. 20. Normal PE-HD has a lower storage modulus and a higher mechanical loss factor over the temperature range from room temperature to more than 100°C. The difference becomes greater with increasing temperature. From the deformation theory of friction we know that the deformation component of friction is proportional the mechanical loss factor (see eq.
This tendency was confirmed for other tribological parameters as well . 2. LCP. LCP shows marked orientation dependent tribological properties (fig. 26). The same effects of the sliding direction were also observed with an amorphous LCP, which has a much higher wear factor than a semicrystalline LCP (fig. 27). A possible explanation for the highly pronounced anisotropy seems to be the weak interface between the fibrous segments, as shown in fig. 28. s p Fig. 27. Effects of the sliding direction on the tribological properties of an amorphous LCP (type 1).
Advances in Composite Tribology by Klaus Friedrich (Eds.)