Perspectives in Powder Metallurgy Fundamentals, Methods, and Applications

Volume 4 Friction and Antifriction Materials

  • Henry H. Hausner
  • Kempton H. Roll
  • Peter K. Johnson

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Friction Materials

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Ben T. Collins
      Pages 3-7
    3. L. I. Pugina, I. M. Fedorchenko, N. E. Ponomarenko
      Pages 53-59
    4. L. P. Lebedeva, B. T. Krysin, Ya. V. Kolpakov, L. N. Ignatov, V. A. Mikhailovskii, G. G. Smirnov et al.
      Pages 73-82
    5. I. M. Fedorchenko, L. I. Pugina, V. V. Pushkarev, J. F. Shevchuk, V. S. Ageyeva
      Pages 105-110
    6. B. T. Krysin, L. P. Lebedeva, L. N. Ignatov, J. V. Kolpakov
      Pages 111-121
    7. V. Procházka, E. Navara, V. Miskovic, K. Kosta
      Pages 123-137
    8. I. M. Fedorchenko, V. M. Kryachek
      Pages 139-142
    9. I. M. Fedorchenko, I. I. Panaioti, G. M. Derkacheva, I. Ya. Dzykovich, G. N. Gordan
      Pages 143-151
  3. Antifriction Materials

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 153-153
    2. V. T. Morgan
      Pages 187-210
    3. D. D. Joseph, L. N. Tao
      Pages 211-229
    4. C. C. Shir, D. D. Joseph
      Pages 231-249
    5. Arthur Adler
      Pages 263-271
    6. H. Youssef, M. Eudier
      Pages 291-301
    7. Zdeněk Ministr, Josef Priester
      Pages 303-308
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 313-334

About this book


Powder metallurgy literature in the English language includes a large number of books and several thousand articles in various journals. The rate of growth of this literature increases from year to year. It covers well the whole field of powder metallurg- materials, processes and products - with two exceptions: friction and antifriction branches of powder metallurgy. This lack of information has nothing to do with scientific or technical considerations, and definitely has nothing to do with lack of initiative in the development of these materials. The industry concerned with the production of friction and antifriction materials is continually developing new products and techniques and produc­ tion is steadily growing. However, most companies working on these materials regard their experiences and new advancements as "proprietary" and, for competitive reasons, are not interested in publishing in the technical literature except for very perfunctory and usually highly commercial papers. Very little work on fric­ tion and antifriction materials is going on in independent labora­ tories and university laboratories, although fundamental studies in this field offer very interesting aspects.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Henry H. Hausner
    • 1
  • Kempton H. Roll
    • 2
  • Peter K. Johnson
    • 2
  1. 1.Polytechnic Institute of BrooklynUSA
  2. 2.Metal Powder Industries FederationUSA

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