The Effect of Frequency and Normal Load on Dry Gross Fretting of Rough Surfaces

  • Pawel PawlusEmail author
  • Andrzej Dzierwa
  • Agnieszka Lenart
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The typical operating parameters are amplitude, normal load and frequency. In previous research reported in [1], it was found that the wear volume was proportional to the amplitude to displacement; however, the effect of this amplitude on the coefficient of friction was marginal.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Manufacturing Processes and Production EngineeringRzeszów University of TechnologyRzeszówPoland
  2. 2.Department of Manufacturing Processes and Production EngineeringRzeszów University of TechnologyRzeszówPoland
  3. 3.EME Aero Sp. z o. o.JasionkaPoland

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