Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 31, Issue 5, pp 376–380 | Cite as

Effect of the loading parameters on the structural state of material in friction in the regime of selective transfer

  • L. M. Rybakova
  • V. I. Tolokonnikov
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Conclusion

A change of the loading parameters (the load and the kind of motion) leads to a substantial change of the structural state of the surface layers of the material of friction pairs of parts. The regularities of this change can be expressed through the structural parameters of the material (β and α) which characterize its defectiveness and properties. The structural state of the material, in its turn, determines its tribotechnical characteristics, i.e., a certain level of weak resistance corresponds to a certain type of structure of the material. Thus the regularities of the behavior of the structure of material in a broad range of change of the external loading parameters are the basis for determining the limits of fitness for operation of a specified friction pair.

Keywords

Surface Layer Structural State External Load Friction Pair Load Parameter 

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  • L. M. Rybakova
  • V. I. Tolokonnikov

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