Effect of strain hardening on friction behavior of iron lubricated with benzyl structures
- Brainard, W. A.
- May 1, 1974.
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- Buckley, D. H.
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- Sliding friction experiments were conducted with iron, copper, and aluminum in contact with iron in various states of strain. The surfaces were examined in dry sliding and with various benzyl compounds applied as lubricants. Friction experiments were conducted with a hemispherical rider contacting a flat disk at loads of from 50 to 600 grams with a sliding speed of 0.15 cm/min. Results indicate that straining increases friction for dry sliding and for surfaces lubricated with certain benzyl structures such as dibenzyl disulfide. With other benzyl compounds (e.g., benzyl formate), friction coefficients are lower for strained than for annealed iron.
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- Document ID: 19740014028.
Accession ID: 74N22141.
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