Effect of SiC Particle Sizes on Erosion Wear Behaviour of SiC/Epoxy Resin Composite
The effect of SiC particles sizes on erosion wear behaviour of SiC/epoxy resin composite was studied on self-made slurry erosion wear tester. The results show that the erosion wear rate of SiC/epoxy resin composite would be decreased with the increase of SiC particle sizes. With the increase of impact angle, the erosion wear rate would be increased first, and then decreased, it would be peak value when the erosion wear test was carried out at 60° impact angle. When SiC particles were mixed with different sizes, the erosion wear rate of SiC/epoxy resin composite would be lowest. The erosion wear mechanism of SiC/epoxy resin composite was analyzed by observation of worn surface morphology.
Hyungsun Kim, JianFeng Yang, Tohru Sekino, Masakazu Anpo and Soo Wohn Lee
Z. L. Lu et al., "Effect of SiC Particle Sizes on Erosion Wear Behaviour of SiC/Epoxy Resin Composite", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 658, pp. 368-371, 2010