Metal Transfer and Build-up in Friction and Cutting - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483232164, 9781483282671

Metal Transfer and Build-up in Friction and Cutting

1st Edition

eBook ISBN: 9781483282671
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1966
Page Count: 370
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Metal Transfer and Build-up in Friction and Cutting aims to systematize our knowledge of the metal build-up, to describe some of the investigations past and present carried out in SFTI (Tomsk), and to make an effort to explain a number of the phenomena in cutting, scratching, and sliding from the point of view of metal transfer theory.
The book opens with a chapter on the temperature of the rubbing interface of two solids. This temperature is needed in order to elucidate the nature of the formation of a build-up in scratching, cutting, and sliding. Separate chapters follow on the seizure phenomena, the role played by a built-up edge in scratching, the built-up edge in metal cutting, metal transfer in friction; the occurrence and nature of the build-up at various speeds, temperatures, and pressures; and the problem of friction between cast iron and steel.

Table of Contents


Chapter I. Friction and Surface Temperature

1. Introduction

2. The Temperature of a Slider Surface in Motion along a Plane

3. Criticism and Further Development of Bowden's Theory

4. Surface Temperature of Thermally Insulating Solids

5. Temperature of the Rubbing Interface between Materials Forming Eutectic Alloys

6. Steel Grinding Temperatures

7. Determination of Grinding Temperatures by Thermocouples Embedded in the Work Piece

Chapter II. Seizure of Metals

1. Introduction

2. Surface of Solids

3. Some Examples of Metal Seizure

4. Metal Seizure Coinciding with Plastic Deformation

5. Metal Seizure in Friction

6. The Coefficient of Sliding Friction of "Clean" Surfaces

7. The Effect of Pressure on the Coefficient of Friction

8. The Mechanism of Metal Seizure

Chapter III. the Built-up Edge in Scratching

1. Introduction

2. Comparison between the Grinding and Scratching Processes

3. Scratch Studies with Bronze and Cast Iron

4. The Effect of the Built-up Edge on the Scratching Process

5. the Effect of Vibration on the Formation of a Built-up Edge in Scratching

6. Scratching with a Rotating Conical Tool

Chapter IV. The Built-up Edge in Cutting

1. Introduction

2. Investigations of the Built-up Edge in Cutting by Non-Russian Scientists

3. Ya. G. Usachev's Investigations of the Built-up Edge in Cutting

4. The Effect of Cutting Speed on Built-up Edge and Surface Finish

5. Investigations by A. N. Eremin of the Built-up Edge on a Tool with Conventional Cutting Angles

6. Formation of a Built-up Edge on a Conventional Tool According to A. N. Eremin

7. Connection between Built-up Edge and Coefficient of Fraction in Cutting

8. Plastic Zone and Built-up Edge

9. Investigations of the Built-up Edge in Cutting by P. E. D'Yachenko

10. The Built-up Edge on a Tool with a Land

11. The Relation between Built-up Edge and Vibrations in Turning

Chapter V Metal Transfer in Friction

1. Introduction

2. Surface Damage in the Sliding of Metals

3. Chemical Reactions in Sliding

4. Transfer of Various Metals Sliding on Zinc

5. Investigation of Metal Transfer in Friction between Lead-Antimony Alloys

6. Investigations of Sintered Carbide in Friction with Zinc-Aluminum Alloys of Various Composition

7. Sliding Wear of Solids Dissimilar in Size and Shape

8. Wear of Sliders in Contact with a Ring, and of a Shaft Sliding in a Bearing

Chapter VI. Investigations of the Formation of a Build-up of Transferred Metal in the Sliding between Carbide and Zinc and Aluminum

1. Introduction

2. Description of the Experimental Arrangement and Method

3. Effect of Speed and Pressure on the Build-up of Transferred Metal

4. The Effect of the Build-up Conditions on the Friction between Carbide and Zinc, and Aluminum

5. Observations on the Formation of a Build-up in the Sliding between a Carbide Rod and Zinc, and Aluminum

6. Build-up Formation Observed under a Microscope

7. Mechanism of Friction and Build-up Formation

8. Explanation of the Relationship between Speed and Coefficient of Friction for a Carbide Slider in Contact with a Zinc Surface

9. Comparison of Built-up Edge and Build-up of Transferred Metal

Chapter VII. Friction between Steel and Cast Iron

1. Introduction

2. Relationships between Speed and Coefficient of Friction for Steel Sliding on Steel, and for Cast Iron on Steel

3. Relationship between the Coefficients of Friction for Various Types of Cast Iron and Steel, and Speed

4. Relationship between the Coefficient of Friction for Iron on Cast Iron and Pressure

5. The Part Played by the Build-up of Transferred Metal in the Sliding between Cast Iron and Copper on Steel

6. Search for New Materials for Brake Shoes to Replace Cast Iron

7. Nature of the Build-up in Steel Wear



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