Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp 245–248 | Cite as

The design of low-wear friction materials

  • I. V. Kragel'skii
  • A. A. Silin
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Abstract

The relation between the elastoplastic characteristics of the friction surface and contact pressure is analyzed on the basis of the molecular-mechanical theory of friction. A criterion for predicting certain physico-mechanical properties necessary to ensure high wear resistance over a broad temperature interval is proposed.

Keywords

Wear Resistance Temperature Interval Contact Pressure Friction Surface Friction Material 

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  • I. V. Kragel'skii
  • A. A. Silin

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