Tribological behavior of dual and triple particle size SiC reinforced Al‐MMCs: a comparative study

Tribological behavior of dual and triple particle size SiC reinforced Al‐MMCs: a comparative study Purpose – The aim is to study the tribological behavior of dual particle size (DPS) and triple particle size (TPS) SiC reinforced aluminum alloy‐based metal matrix composites – MMCs (Al/SiC p MMC). Design/methodology/approach – Al‐MMCs with DPS and TPS of SiC were prepared using 20 wt% SiC and developed using stir‐casting process. The TPS composite consist of three different sizes of SiC and DPS composite consist of two different sizes of SiC. The tribological test was carried out using a pin‐on‐disc type tribo‐test machine under dry sliding condition. Findings – The TPS composite exhibited better wear resistance properties compared to DPS composite. It is anticipated that when a composite is integrated with small, intermediate and large SiC particle sizes (which is known as TPS) within the same composite could be an effective method of optimizing the wear resistance properties of the developed material. Practical implications – This study provides a way to enhance the tribological behavior of automotive tribo‐components such as brake rotor, piston, cylinder, etc. Originality/value – This investigation compares the tribological behavior of DPS and TPS SiC reinforced aluminum MMCs. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Emerald Publishing

Tribological behavior of dual and triple particle size SiC reinforced Al‐MMCs: a comparative study

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Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © 2008 Emerald Group Publishing Limited. All rights reserved.
ISSN
0036-8792
DOI
10.1108/00368790810881533
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Abstract

Purpose – The aim is to study the tribological behavior of dual particle size (DPS) and triple particle size (TPS) SiC reinforced aluminum alloy‐based metal matrix composites – MMCs (Al/SiC p MMC). Design/methodology/approach – Al‐MMCs with DPS and TPS of SiC were prepared using 20 wt% SiC and developed using stir‐casting process. The TPS composite consist of three different sizes of SiC and DPS composite consist of two different sizes of SiC. The tribological test was carried out using a pin‐on‐disc type tribo‐test machine under dry sliding condition. Findings – The TPS composite exhibited better wear resistance properties compared to DPS composite. It is anticipated that when a composite is integrated with small, intermediate and large SiC particle sizes (which is known as TPS) within the same composite could be an effective method of optimizing the wear resistance properties of the developed material. Practical implications – This study provides a way to enhance the tribological behavior of automotive tribo‐components such as brake rotor, piston, cylinder, etc. Originality/value – This investigation compares the tribological behavior of DPS and TPS SiC reinforced aluminum MMCs.

Journal

Industrial Lubrication and TribologyEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 20, 2008

Keywords: Wear; Friction; Composite materials; Alloys

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