Friction of materials with additions of substances acting as solid lubricants
The antifriction properties of some fluorides of alkaline-earth metals and, for comparison, of zinc and iron Sulfides were evaluated.
It is shown that, by adding calcium fluoride to the charge, it is possible to formulate iron-base sintered materials intended for the manufacture of self-lubricating bearings operating under dry-friction conditions.
KeywordsIron Calcium Zinc Sulfide Fluoride
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