New Sintered Friction Materials
Contemporary engineering makes extensive use of sintered friction materials; they are used in a variety of applications, either for transmission of motion through friction or for deceleration and braking. These materials are based on iron or copper; a typical composition of copper-based friction materials lies within the following percentage ranges of the components: tin, 8–10%; lead, 5–12%; iron, 2–8%; graphite, up to 8%; zinc, up to 7%; asbestos, silica, metallic oxides, possibly sulfides and/or carbides, up to 10%; balance copper.
KeywordsFriction Material Specific Load Metal Ceramic Pressure Sinter Friction Element
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