Presentation 1994/6/17
Solid lubricating copper alloy base and tungsten alloy base composites
Nishida Takuhiko, Sekiguchi Shouichi, Tsuya Yuko,
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Abstract(in English) Self-lubricating composites based on copper and/or tungsten alloy has been developed and effects of grain size, concentration, and typeof solid lubricant on tribological characteristics were examined. When the size of grain of solid lubricant was smaller than 53μm, coefficient of friction was small, but wear resistivity and load-carrying capacity ware being reduced with increasing the concentration above 20% meanwhile specific electicresistivity showed higher values. When the grain was as large as 300μm, the coefficient of riction seemed to be a little higher, but wear resistivity and electric resistance were kept low. By combining tungsten disulfide with graphite, composites having improved tribological, mechanical and electric properties together with better, are prepared.
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Keyword(in English) solid lubricant / composite material / friction / were / atomosphere
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Title (in English) Solid lubricating copper alloy base and tungsten alloy base composites
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Keyword(1) solid lubricant
Keyword(2) composite material
Keyword(3) friction
Keyword(4) were
Keyword(5) atomosphere
1st Author's Name Nishida Takuhiko
1st Author's Affiliation New Japan Iron Co., Ltd.()
2nd Author's Name Sekiguchi Shouichi
2nd Author's Affiliation New Japan Iron Co., Ltd.
3rd Author's Name Tsuya Yuko
3rd Author's Affiliation New Japan Iron Co., Ltd.
Date 1994/6/17
Paper # EMD94-18
Volume (vol) vol.94
Number (no) 99
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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