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Journal of Friction and Wear

, Volume 39, Issue 6, pp 483–486 | Cite as

Tribological Properties of Dodecaborides of Rare-Earth Metals

  • V. V. Odintsov
  • E. V. KorenEmail author
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Abstract

This article investigates the main tribotechnical properties of high borides of rare-earth metals with a UB12-type structure. The experiments have demonstrated that ZrB12, DyB12, and TmB12 dodecaborides during friction are characterized by a rather low weight wear of 10–3 mg/m, coefficient of friction f = 0.2–0.5 and are highly wear-resistant materials, as well as that porous dodecaborides with lubricants can operate for a long period of time at a low coefficient of friction as tribometric couples.

Keywords:

wear resistance strength coefficient of friction tribological properties dodecaborides powder metallurgy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kherson State UniversityKhersonUkraine
  2. 2.Kherson State Agrarian UniversityKhersonUkraine

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