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causing abrasion

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sharply disagreeable

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Abrasive wear behavior of sintered steels prepared with MoS2 addition, Wear 262(5-6): 617-623.
Age hardening greatly increases strength in cast alloys but sharply reduces work hardening, toughness and abrasive wear resistance.
So, the objective became clear: Develop a new, hard material appropriate for both silica and carbon black based mixes that exhibits corrosion resistance, improved abrasive wear resistance, is check- (crack)-free during the welding/machining process (to prevent the base metal from being corroded from corrosive substances penetrating into the base metal through the cracks), shows improved bonding strength with chrome plating (chrome plating is a good counter-measure to abrasive wear, prolonging the life of the parts and giving a surface that fewer compounds adhere to), has appropriate mechanical properties (absorbs shocks that will prevent the propagation of any crack) and provides uniform quality over a wide surface.
Cryo processing increases abrasive wear with one permanent treatment and extends the useful life of cutting tools.
Abrasive wear in the contacts results in scratching, furrows, work hardening, or grooves [3,4,6], whereas, adhesive wear causes a strong adherence between the asperities leading to separation in the bulk of softer material [3,6].
In addition, the company says a variety of tried and tested tip geometries, materials and screw-on gate chambers are available, enabling optimum heat conduction in the gate area to be combined with excellent resistance to abrasive wear even for high-grade filled plastics.
Among the topics are the mechanical properties of kaolin during heating, the critical radius in the effect of transformation toughening of zirconia doped ceramics and cermets, the experimental analysis of steel plasticity parameters during quenching, analyzing abrasive wear in a helical grooved journal bearing, and the tribological behavior of bronze alloys with solid lubricants.
They also resist chunking, cutting and abrasive wear.
Even at prolonged heating at 200[degrees]C, the initial powder morphology is often retained, leading to abrasive wear and failure.
The debris existing between the steel ring and POM/LLDPE composite acted as rolling grains, leading to abrasive wear and increasing the wear rate of composite.
However, the reinforcing phase in the clad layer is responsible for two-body abrasive wear (Fig.
In the 2nd phase, abrasive wear of resulting coating of the test sample starts.
While there was no improvement to the performance of the PCD tools when MQL was deployed, carbide tools, which are more susceptible to abrasive wear than PCD, were able to work at speeds 3X conventional.
In recent years, bionic non-smooth surface technology has been widely extended and applied to the train's brake rotors, car brake hub, and many studies on thermal damage, eager to resolve the friction and wear, abrasive wear and thermal fatigue of this problem (CHEN, 2001; REN et al.