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Friction and Wear of Ceramics (Materials Engineering) ePub download

by Said Jahanmir

  • Author: Said Jahanmir
  • ISBN: 0824791150
  • ISBN13: 978-0824791155
  • ePub: 1866 kb | FB2: 1274 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (September 23, 1993)
  • Pages: 448
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Friction and Wear of Ceramics (Materials Engineering) ePub download

Materials Science and Engineering. an excellent reference book for engineers, professor, and graduate students. -TriboMaterials News This volume contains a plethora of references and offers information from experts in the field.

Materials Science and Engineering. Series: Materials Engineering (Book 6). Hardcover: 448 pages.

Read by Said Jahanmir. Provides comprehensive information on the tribological aspects of advanced ceramic materials for all uses that require controlled friction and wear resistance

Read by Said Jahanmir. Provides comprehensive information on the tribological aspects of advanced ceramic materials for all uses that require controlled friction and wear resistance. The text is a guide to altering the microstructure of ceramics to create optimum performance in sliding and rolling contact applications.

Home . Details for: Friction and wear of ceramics . Contributor(s): Jahanmir, Said. Details for: Friction and wear of ceramics /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Material type: BookSeries: Materials engineering (Marcel Dekker, In. : Publisher: New York : M. Dekker,1994 c1994Description: x, 429 p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 0824791150 (acid-free paper). Subject(s): Ceramic materials - Mechanical properties Mechanical wear Friction TribologyDDC classification: 62. 404292 Online resources: Publisher description. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Ceramic materials, Mechanical wear, Friction, Tribology. New York : M. Dekker.

Wear studies on a glass-ceramic dental restorative material were performed under two types of lubrication conditions with distilled water. In one set of experiments, the contact interface was continuously flushed with fresh water to remove the wear debris

Wear studies on a glass-ceramic dental restorative material were performed under two types of lubrication conditions with distilled water. In one set of experiments, the contact interface was continuously flushed with fresh water to remove the wear debris. In a second set of experiments, the water was not replaced during the testing period.

--Materials Science and Engineering. --TriboMaterials News. Introduction Advanced Ceramics in Tribological Applications, Said Jahanmir Fundamental Mechanisms of Friction and Wear Wear Mechanisms of Aluminum Oxide Ceramics, Said Jahanmir and X. Dong Relation Between Surface Chemistry and Tribology of Ceramics, Traugott E. Fischer and William M. Mullins Friction and Wear of Silicon Nitride Exposed to Moisture at High Temperatures, Steven Danyluk, D. S. Park, and M. McNallan Surface Damage and.

Friction and wear of ceramics. Friction and wear of silicon nitride lubricated by humid air, water, hexadecane and hexadecane+ . percent stearic acid. S Jahanmir, TE Fischer. STLE TRANSACTIONS 31 (1), 32-43, 1988. Influence of fracture toughness on the wear resistance of yttriadoped zirconium oxide. TE Fischer, MP Anderson, S Jahanmir. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 72 (2), 252-257, 1989.

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Surface Deformation Considerations for Rolling with Incipient Sliding. epartment of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and MechanicsRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteTroyUSA. epartment of Mechanical EngineeringColumbia UniversityNew YorkUSA. Bibliographic information.

Provides comprehensive information on the tribological aspects of advanced ceramic materials for all uses that require controlled friction and wear resistance. The text is a guide to altering the microstructure of ceramics to create optimum performance in sliding and rolling contact applications.
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