An Investigation on Erosion Wear Characteristics of SiC Particle Reinforced Steel Matrix Surface Composite
The erosion wear characteristics of SiC particles reinforced steel matrix surface composite were studied by self-made slurry erosion wear test apparatus with quartz slurries, and contrasted with that of plain carbon steel, high chromium cast iron and low chromium cast iron. The results indicated that the erosion wear rate of the four tested materials has the different changes not only with the quartz particles sizes in slurry, but also with the erosion angle of slurry. The erosion wear rate of SiC particle reinforced steel matrix surface composite is the lowest in four kinds of tested materials under the test conditions. And that of high chromium cast iron is less than that of low chromium cast iron under the same test conditions. The SiC particles embedded the steel matrix could prevent the steel surface from wear brought by quartz particles in slurry erosion wear, and protect the steel matrix, so that the erosion wear resistance of steel matrix could be increased.
Hyungsun Kim, JienFeng Yang, Tohru Sekino and Soo Wohn Lee
Z. G. Xing et al., "An Investigation on Erosion Wear Characteristics of SiC Particle Reinforced Steel Matrix Surface Composite", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 620-622, pp. 323-326, 2009