Friction Wear Lubrication

Friction Wear Lubrication

Tribology Handbook

1st Edition - January 1, 1982

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  • Editors: I. V. Kragelsky, V. V. Alisin
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483165950

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Friction Wear Lubrication, Volume 3: Tribology Handbook provides comprehensive and specific information regarding the design and troubleshooting of tribological devices. The topics covered include the classes of guide ways; assembly components of cylinders and pistons; general principles of sealing; and classification and design of dynamic friction devices. This book also discusses the frictional interaction and displacement in stationary joints; friction and wear of tires or vehicle wheels; and friction and wear of metal-cutting and metal-forming tools. The flexible drive elements, friction and wear of electric contacts are also explained. A list of scientific and mechanical notations is provided at the end, including detailed references in each chapter. This is a practical and useful reference to all engineering designers and tribologists.

Table of Contents


  • Chapter 22. Machine Guide Ways

    22.1. Sliding Guides

    22.1.1. Design Features

    22.1.2. Materials

    22.1.3. Selection of Oils

    22.1.4. Friction in Slideways

    22.1.5. Wear of Slideways

    22.1.6. Methods for Improving Slideways

    22.2. Rolling Guides

    22.2.1. Construction

    22.2.2. Materials

    22.2.3. Selection of Oils and Greases

    22.2.4. Friction in Rolling Guides

    22.2.5. Working Life of Rolling Guides

    References

    Chapter 23. Cylinder-and-Piston Assembly Components

    23.1. Operating Conditions and Wear Mechanism

    23.2. Cylinder Liners

    23.2.1. Linear Materials

    23.2.2. Methods for Improving Wear Resistance

    23.3. Piston Rings

    23.3.1. Piston-Ring Materials

    23.3.2. Wear-Resistant Coatings

    23.3.3. Running-in and Antifriction Coatings

    23.4. Pistons

    23.4.1. Piston Materials

    23.4.2. Methods for Piston Strengthening

    23.5. Piston Pins

    23.6. Surface Finish Requirements

    References

    Chapter 24. Seals

    24.1. General Principles of Sealing

    24.1.1. Basic Definitions

    24.1.2. Classification and Characteristics

    24.1.3. Design of Dynamic Contact Seals for Improved Performance

    24.1.4. Friction and Wear in Dynamic Contact Seals

    24.2. Frictional Properties of Rubber-Metal Sliding Pairs in Seals

    24.2.1. Physico-Mechanical Properties of Sealing Rubbers

    24.2.2. Influence of External Factors on Performance of Seals

    24.2.3. Effect of Surface Roughness on Performance of Seals

    24.2.4. Calculation for Wear

    24.2.5. Methods for Improving Wear Resistance

    References

    Chapter 25. Friction Devices

    25.1. Classification

    25.2. Requirements Placed on Friction Materials

    25.3. Design of Friction Devices

    25.4. Example of Design

    References

    Chapter 26. Stationary Joints

    26.1. Frictional Interaction in Stationary Joints

    26.2. Displacement-Resistant Joints

    26.3. Interference-Fit Assemblies

    26.4. Screw-Threaded Assemblies

    References

    Chapter 27. Friction and Wear of Vehicle Wheels

    27.1. Terms and Definitions

    27.2. Adhesive Friction of Pneumatic Tire on Road

    27.3. Calculation of Adhesion Coefficient for Pneumatic Tires

    27.4. Wear of Tread in Motor-Vehicle Tires

    27.4.1. Allowable Wear Ratings

    27.4.2. Wear Mechanism in Tread Rubber

    27.4.3. Changes in Rubber Surface Layers during Interaction with Road Covering

    References

    Chapter 28. Friction and Wear of Metal-Cutting and Metal-Forming Tools

    28.1. Tool Materials

    28.1.1. Tool Steels

    28.1.2. Cemented Carbides

    28.1.3. Mineral Ceramics

    28.1.4. Natural Diamond and Synthetic Superhard Materials

    28.2. Wear in Metal-Cutting Tools

    28.2.1. Contact Processes on Tool Cutting Surfaces

    28.2.2. Wear Characteristics of Cutting Tools

    28.2.3. Effect of the Shear Strength of Intermolecular Bonds on Wear Rate of Cutting Tools

    28.3. Wear in Metal-Forming Tools

    28.4. Cutting Fluids and Lubricants and Their Effect on Metal-Cutting and Metal-Forming Processes

    References

    Chapter 29. Flexible Drive Elements

    29.1. Belt Drives

    29.2. Ropes

    29.3. Transmission Chains

    29.4. Conveyor Chains and Devices with Bearing Rollers

    29.5. Conveyor Belts

    References

    Chapter 30. Friction and Wear of Electric Contacts

    30.1. Main Definitions. Physical Principles of Processes in Electric Contacts

    30.2. Fixed and Detachable Electric Contacts

    30.3. Sliding Electric Contacts

    References

    Notation

    Index

Product details

  • No. of pages: 264
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1982
  • Published: January 1, 1982
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483165950

About the Editors

I. V. Kragelsky

V. V. Alisin

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