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|Title:||Tribooxidational effects on friction and wear behavior of silicon nitride/tool steel and silicon nitride/gray cast iron contacts|
|Author(s):||Gomes, J. R.|
Miranda, A. S.
Vieira, J. M.
Silva, R. F.
|Publisher:||American Ceramic Society|
|Journal:||Journal of the American Ceramic Society|
|Citation:||"Journal of the American ceramic society". ISSN 0002-7820. 82:4 (1999) 953-960.|
|Abstract(s):||Unlubricated pin-on-disk wear tests of SiJN4 against tool steel and gray cast iron were performed at 5 N of normal load, 0.5 m/s of sliding speed, and environmental temperature in the range 22°-600°C. The friction oefficient of SiJN4 sliding against tool steel and gray cast iron had maximum values of 0.88-0.98 for tests at 100°C. The friction coefficient of SiJN4 sliding against gray cast iron couples had minimum values of 0.48-0.57 at 400°C. Because of the increased third-body protection, the wear coefficient of the SiJN4 pins of the SiJN4/gray cast iron couples decreased by 1 order of magnitude from 1.6 x 10-5 mmJ/(N.m) at room temperature to 1.3 x 10-6 mmJ/(N.m) at 600°C. Fe20J and FeJO4 resulting from Tribooxidation of the metallic disks were the main constituents of the wear debris and adherent tribolayers. Activation energy values (6.3-13. 7 kJ/mol) were comparable to those of oxidation wear of steel (7.3- 11.8 kJ/mol) but were much lower than the activation energy for oxidation of iron alloys in static conditions. Calculations of the activation energy of the oxidation wear corroborate the morphological observations of a sacrificial action of the metallic surface protecting the ceramic material.|
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