A method of forecasting coating wear resistance
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A model has been examined for wear in a plunger-coating-main material system. The model is based on the discrete-continuum concept in contact interaction. The problem involves solving an integrodifferential equation. Studies have been made on how the wear is affected by the corresponding physicomechanical and geometrical characteristics, which enables one to forecast the working life for a friction pair.
KeywordsWear Resistance Geometrical Characteristic Material System Contact Interaction Friction Pair
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