Wear of the Counterbody at the Research Friction on Carbon Coating–Orientant in Lubricant Environments
The profile wear scars on steel balls are analyzed upon their friction in lubricant against steel coated with monocrystalline carbon doped by tungsten. Bond of ball wear with the lubricant composition and the range of test loads has been established.
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