Studies on the effect of nickel and chromium on the dry sliding high temperature wear behaviour of medium carbon alloy steels (AISI SAE 8630, 3140 & 9310)
Wear is one of the major phenomena of reducing the effectiveness of mechanical components; impact the nation financially in terms of material loss, associated equipment down time for repairing and finally the replacement of worn and corroded components. The interactions among wear and corrosion could significantly increase total weight losses and reduction of either wear or corrosion could considerably decrease the total weight loss [1, 2].
KeywordsWear Rate Wear Debris High Ambient Temperature Intergranular Attack Transfer Layer
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