Papers by Keyword: Fretting Wear

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Authors: Wei Jiu Huang, Rong Chang Zeng, An Hua Chen
Abstract: The paper studied the fretting properties and the fretting mechanism of AZ91D and AM60B magnesium alloy. The results showed that the AZ91D alloy displayed lower friction coefficient and smaller wear volume than those of AM60B alloy, and also showed superior ability than those of AM60B in resisting crack nucleation and propagation. The fretting wear mechanisms of AZ91D and AM60B alloy were similar, including adhesion wear, surface fatigue wears and abrasive wear.
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Authors: Young Ho Lee, Hyung Kyu Kim
Abstract: An effort has been made in the present investigation to evaluate the wear resistance of nuclear fuel rods with a variation of the supporting spring shapes and their stiffness by conducting fretting wear tests in room temperature air and water. With increasing slip amplitude, the wear volume and maximum wear depth are increased with increasing slip amplitude. However, these are not linearly increased with increasing spring stiffness. After the wear test, the worn surfaces were observed to investigate the debris behavior and wear mechanism by using an optical microscope (OM). The results indicated that almost all of the wear debris remained between the contacting surfaces and the wear debris layers were well developed in room temperature air. Besides, some of the debris also remained on the worn surface in room temperature water. This result shows that the remaining debris effect on the worn surface was more dominant than the spring stiffness one. So, in order to improve the fretting wear resistance of a nuclear fuel rod, it is necessary to consider the debris behavior between contacting surfaces even though the supporting spring shape was optimized by considering the contact mechanics, material compatibility, etc. From the experimental results, the fretting wear mechanisms and the effect of spring properties were discussed.
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Authors: Long Chen, Xin Tao Xia, Ming Qiu
Abstract: This paper deals with fretting wear of blade bearings considering working conditions. The cause of fretting wear in blade bearing is analyzed and an improvement is proposed to evaluate the design of the bearing in the paper. Result from the test proves that the method of controlling fretting wear is satisfactory. Reference value of clearance in blade bearing can be obtained from the test result.
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Authors: Choon Yeol Lee, Li Si Tian, Joon Woo Bae, Young Suck Chai
Abstract: Numerical analysis by influence function method (IFM) is demonstrated in this study in order to investigate the fretting wear problems on the secondary side of the steam generator, caused by flow induced vibration. Two-dimensional numerical contact model is developed in terms of Cauchy integral equation. The distributions of normal pressures, shear stresses and displacement fields are derived between two contact bodies which have similar elastic properties. The work rate model is adopted to find the wear amounts between two materials. The results are compared with the solutions by finite element analyses, which validates the application of the present method to fretting wear problems.
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Authors: Xin Ze Zhao, Zhen Xing Yang, Mei Yun Zhao, Lei Wang, Zhi Cheng Fu
Abstract: LGJ150/25 steel core aluminum stranded wires were selected as the test wires, and the aeolian vibrations which work in different cycle times of wire that is under the conditions of dry and acidic corrosion were simulated by the self-made test bed. The electronic number of corona discharge of each pre-set conductor was measured, when applying AC high voltage on the wearing wires step by step,so that the corona inception voltages of the conductors could be confirmed. And the effect of the vibration cycle times and environmental conditions on the corona discharge was researched. Taking the sum of all aluminium stands wear area of a pre-set wire as the fretting wearing capacity, the relationship between the wire wearing capacity and the corona discharge was studied. The results indicate that the corona inception voltages of the conductors decrease with the increase of the cycle times and the wires wear capacity. In general, the wear capacity of the acidic corrosion conductors is larger, and its corona inception voltage is lower. Therefore the decrease of the conductor fretting wear can effectively reduce the corona loss of transmission lines and other hazards.
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Authors: Xiao Hua Zhang, Ding Gen Xiang, Dao Xin Liu
Abstract: Ion-beam-assisted deposition (IBAD) was investigated as a potential way to increase the fretting fatigue resistance of Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy at elevated temperature. Three coating systems, hard TiN film with good toughness and soft Al film of low friction and Cu/Ni multilayer films with modulation period thickness of 20~600nm have been applied on the base material. Coefficients of friction and fretting fatigue lives of the specimens with and without film were compared. The film damage was characterized through scanning electron microscopy. The results indicate that the IBAD technique can prepare all films with high bonding strength and excellent lubricating properties. The fretting fatigue life of the Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy with the TiN film was improved by a factor of 2.4 as compared to the uncoated substrate at elevated temperature because of the excellent wear and fatigue resistance and good toughness of the film. Excellent wear resistance and good anti-fatigue properties could be simultaneously obtained by a single hard film to control the fretting fatigue damage. The IBAD Al film significantly improved the fretting fatigue resistance of the Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy at elevated temperature for good lubricating property. The fretting fatigue resistance of the Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy was improved by all the Cu/Ni multilayer films. However, the fretting fatigue resistance did not increase monotonically with the modulation period of the films. Films with a modulation period of 200 nm had the highest fretting fatigue resistance among the multilayer films prepared owing to their high toughness and strength and good lubricating and anti-fatigue action. The fretting fatigue resistance of films with a modulation period of 20 nm was low because of the poor fracture toughness and crack propagation resistance, even though these films had the highest hardness and good fretting wear resistance. Thus, comprehensive properties, including high toughness and strength, must be considered for multilayer films used to improve the fretting fatigue resistance of titanium alloys.
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Authors: Wei Tian, Xiao Hua Zhang
Abstract: Ion-beam-assisted deposition (IBAD) was investigated as a potential way to increase the fretting fatigue resistance of Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy at elevated temperature. Three coating systems, hard TiN film, Al film and Cu/Ni multilayer films have been applied on the base material. Coefficients of friction and fretting fatigue lives of the specimens with and without film were compared. The results indicate that the IBAD technique can prepare all films with high bonding strength and excellent lubricating properties. The fretting fatigue life of the Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy with the TiN film was improved by a factor of 2.4 as compared to the uncoated substrate at elevated temperature because of the excellent wear and fatigue resistance and good toughness of the film. The IBAD Al film significantly improved the fretting fatigue resistance of the Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy at elevated temperature for good lubricating property. The fretting fatigue resistance of the Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V alloy was improved by all the Cu/Ni multilayer films. However, the fretting fatigue resistance did not increase monotonically with the modulation period of the films.
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Authors: Yao Chuan Qian, Jun Tan, Hong Jun Yang, Zhong Xiang Hu
Abstract: Brush plated of Cu/Ni multilayer coating from a single sulfate electrolyte was prepared. The influence of applied voltage on the composition of the deposit and deposition rate was investigated to optimize the plating parameters. Wear tests were carried out in ball-on-plate geometry unlubricated. Wear scar morphology was observed using scanning electron microscopy and optical microscopy. It was found that the brush plated multilayer coating was highly dense and free from porosity. The multilayer coating showed less wear than Ni coating brush plated from the same solution. The increase in the wear resistance of the multilayer coating was attributed to lubricating effect of the transform film formed by Cu wear particles.
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Authors: Dong Hyung Lee, Seok Jin Kwon, Won Hee You
Abstract: This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation of fretting wear characteristics on the contact surface of press-fitted shaft subjected to a cyclic bending load. A series of interrupted fretting wear tests with press-fitted specimens were carried out by using a rotating bending fatigue test machine. The evolution of contact surface profile of press-fitted shaft due to fretting wear were measured with a profilometer. The local wear coefficient during the running-in period is discussed from experimental results and FE analysis. It is found that the maximum depth of fretting wear by repeated slip between shaft and boss occurred at the close of contact edge at the early stage of fatigue life and the regions of worn surface are expanded to the inner side of contact edge as increasing number of fatigue cycles. The initial fretting wear rate at the early stage of fatigue life increased rapidly at all loading condition. After steep increasing, the increase of wear rate is nearly constant in the low bending load condition. The local wear coefficient in running-in period decrease dramatically at the early stage of fretting wear.
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Authors: Philipp Farah, Markus Gitterle, Wolfgang A. Wall, Alexander Popp
Abstract: A finite element framework based on dual mortar methods is presented for simulating fretting wear effects in the finite deformation regime. The mortar finite element discretization is realized with Lagrangean shape functions as well as isogeometric elements based on non-uniform rational B-splines (NURBS) in two and three dimensions. Fretting wear effects are modeled in an incremental scheme with the help of Archard’s law and the worn material is considered as additional contribution to the gap function. Numerical examples demonstrate the robustness and accuracy of the presented algorithm.
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