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Effect of fracture toughness on impact-abrasion wear

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Effect of fracture toughness on impact-abrasion wear. / Chintha, Appa Rao; Kuokkala, Veli-Tapani; Valtonen, Kati; Bhadeshia, H.K.D.H.

2018. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Asia Steel 2018, Odisha, Intia.

Tutkimustuotos: Konferenssiesitys, posteri tai abstrakti

Harvard

Chintha, AR, Kuokkala, V-T, Valtonen, K & Bhadeshia, HKDH 2018, 'Effect of fracture toughness on impact-abrasion wear' Artikkeli esitetty, Odisha, Intia, 6/02/18 - 9/02/18, .

APA

Chintha, A. R., Kuokkala, V-T., Valtonen, K., & Bhadeshia, H. K. D. H. (2018). Effect of fracture toughness on impact-abrasion wear. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Asia Steel 2018, Odisha, Intia.

Vancouver

Chintha AR, Kuokkala V-T, Valtonen K, Bhadeshia HKDH. Effect of fracture toughness on impact-abrasion wear. 2018. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Asia Steel 2018, Odisha, Intia.

Author

Chintha, Appa Rao ; Kuokkala, Veli-Tapani ; Valtonen, Kati ; Bhadeshia, H.K.D.H. / Effect of fracture toughness on impact-abrasion wear. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Asia Steel 2018, Odisha, Intia.1 Sivumäärä

Bibtex - Lataa

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title = "Effect of fracture toughness on impact-abrasion wear",
abstract = "There is a trend towards the development of harder steels for abrasion wear applications. The hardness is achieved by martensitic transformation. Increasing carbon concentration and other substitutional solutes may also help. Hardness certainly helps to improve the wear properties, but it is known in the context of lifting and excavation equipment that other properties such as toughness may also play a role. In any event, it always is necessary to optimise a basket of properties rather than a single parameter because the manufacture of a component requires a combination of performance criteria.In this context, the role of fracture toughness in increasing the wear resistance is studied in impact-abrasion conditions. Steel with high hardness but poor fracture toughness is compared to the one with very high fracture toughness but relatively low hardness. Wear resistance of the steels was studied using an impact abrasion test. This is a particularly severe test, in which samples are subjected to both impact as well as abrasion. The tested samples were characterised and assessed for the wear mechanisms. The initial assessments have ledto some impressive new knowledge about the mechanism of impact abrasion.",
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AU - Kuokkala, Veli-Tapani

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AU - Bhadeshia, H.K.D.H.

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N2 - There is a trend towards the development of harder steels for abrasion wear applications. The hardness is achieved by martensitic transformation. Increasing carbon concentration and other substitutional solutes may also help. Hardness certainly helps to improve the wear properties, but it is known in the context of lifting and excavation equipment that other properties such as toughness may also play a role. In any event, it always is necessary to optimise a basket of properties rather than a single parameter because the manufacture of a component requires a combination of performance criteria.In this context, the role of fracture toughness in increasing the wear resistance is studied in impact-abrasion conditions. Steel with high hardness but poor fracture toughness is compared to the one with very high fracture toughness but relatively low hardness. Wear resistance of the steels was studied using an impact abrasion test. This is a particularly severe test, in which samples are subjected to both impact as well as abrasion. The tested samples were characterised and assessed for the wear mechanisms. The initial assessments have ledto some impressive new knowledge about the mechanism of impact abrasion.

AB - There is a trend towards the development of harder steels for abrasion wear applications. The hardness is achieved by martensitic transformation. Increasing carbon concentration and other substitutional solutes may also help. Hardness certainly helps to improve the wear properties, but it is known in the context of lifting and excavation equipment that other properties such as toughness may also play a role. In any event, it always is necessary to optimise a basket of properties rather than a single parameter because the manufacture of a component requires a combination of performance criteria.In this context, the role of fracture toughness in increasing the wear resistance is studied in impact-abrasion conditions. Steel with high hardness but poor fracture toughness is compared to the one with very high fracture toughness but relatively low hardness. Wear resistance of the steels was studied using an impact abrasion test. This is a particularly severe test, in which samples are subjected to both impact as well as abrasion. The tested samples were characterised and assessed for the wear mechanisms. The initial assessments have ledto some impressive new knowledge about the mechanism of impact abrasion.

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