Effect of aluminum on the hardness, friction coefficient, and wear resistance of austenitic manganese cast irons
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Aluminum in amounts of 0.4–0.8% decreases the hardness, friction coefficient, and wear of austenitic manganese cast iron containing high concentrations of carbon in contact with lubricated and unlubricated quenched steel.
The austenitic cast iron in contact with quenched steel has a considerably higher wear resistance and lower friction coefficient as compared to quenched steel on bronze.
KeywordsIron Aluminum Manganese Friction Coefficient Wear Resistance
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