Acoustic Emission in Friction
- Victor Baranov, Department of Instrument and Device Design, Moscow, Russia
- Evgeny Kudryavtsev, Department of Instrument and Device Design, Moscow, Russia
- Gennady Sarychev, Department of Instrument and Device Design, Moscow, Russia
- Vladimir Schavelin, Department of Instrument and Device Design, Moscow, Russia
Written by four well-known experts from the main nuclear research university in Russia, this book covers the following areas:
* All the sources of acoustic emission in friction.
* The theory of acoustic emission.
* The effects of surface conditions, load and velocity on acoustic emission.
* The equipment for registration and monitoring of acoustic emission.
* Unique data from acoustic emission control under various testing conditions in friction units of machinery for nuclear industry machinery.
There is much emphasis on the comparatively new and rapidly developing tribology of nuclear power engineering. Although a substantial part of the experimental data relates to this specific field of engineering, the universality of the method is shown and its application is possible wherever the field inspection of friction units is necessary.
For a wide audience of engineers involved in the development and maintenance of new equipment
- Published: November 2006
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-08-045150-3
Table of ContentsChapter 1. Friction of Solids and Nature of Acoustic Emission 1.1. Friction Processes
1.2. Acoustic Emission and Its Principal Characteristics
1.3. Sources of Acoustic Emission in Metals
1.4. Sources of Acoustic Emission in Friction of Solids
1.5. Information Content of Characteristics of Acoustic Emission in Friction Chapter 2. Simulation of Characteristics of Acoustic Emission in Friction 2.1. Distribution of Pressure over Microcontact Spots
2.2. Evaluation of Changes in Friction Surface Statistical Characteristics and Size Distribution of Fatigue Wear Particles
2.3. Amplitude Distribution and Count Rate of Acoustic Emission Pulses
2.4. Spectral Density of Acoustic Emission
2.5. Dynamic Model for Calculation of Characteristics of Acoustic Emission at Non-Stationary Friction Regimes Chapter 3. Instrumentation and Equipment for Studies of Acoustic Emission in Friction 3.1. Sources of Noises in Registration of Acoustic Emission and Methods of Noise Control
3.2. Transducers for Registration of Acoustic Emission in Friction
3.3. Instrumentation for Registration of Acoustic Emission in Friction
3.4. Equipment for Studies of Acoustic Emission in Friction
3.5. Set-Ups for Studies of Friction of Nuclear-Power Engineering Materials Chapter 4. Basic Regularities of Acoustic Emission in Friction of Materials 4.1. Acoustic Emission in Running-In of Friction Surfaces
4.2. Dependence of Characteristics of Acoustic Emission on Sliding Velocity and Load
4.3. Acoustic Emission in Damage of Lubricating Films on Friction Surfaces
4.4. Correlation between Characteristics of Acoustic Emission and Characteristics of Damage of Material Surface Layers in Friction
4.5. Acoustic-Emission Methods for Condition Monitoring of Friction Units Chapter 5. Radiation Tribology of Nuclear Power Engineering Materials and Friction Units 5.1. Effect of Ionising Radiation on Tribological Behaviour of Materials
5.2. Friction of Materials of Fuel and Fuel Element Cladding of Nuclear Reactors
5.3. Acoustic Emission in Friction of Materials of Circulation Device Bearing Units of Ball Fuel Elements of Nuclear Power Plants with HTGCR
5.4. Friction of Sliding Bearing Materials of Nuclear Reactor Main Circulating Pump