3 years ago

Friction and Wear of Fiber Composites with Abrasive Particles on Contact Surface

A. G. Shpenev

Abstract

A friction and wear model of fiber composite material with abrasive particles on a contact surface has been proposed. The problem of a composite material friction in which fibers are perpendicular to a friction surface and a rigid counterbody separated by a layer of spherical rigid particles has been considered. The effect of the material and abrasive particles’ properties on the wear rate and surface degradation has been determined. A comparison of the obtained results with the experimental data has been performed.

Publisher URL: https://link.springer.com/article/10.3103/S106836661803011X

DOI: 10.3103/S106836661803011X

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