Effect of Graphite Content on the Antifriction Properties of Metallographite Materials
The development of modern technology, especially turbo–engineering and chemical engineering, requires the creation of materials which will operate without lubrication. Recently, graphite has found increasing use as a solid lubricant for making components intended for operation in dry friction conditions. This material is a constituent part of a series of antifriction carbon–graphite materials impregnated with such metals as bronze, copper, or lead, the purpose of which is to raise strength. The process of making such carbon–graphite materials is complicated and laborious since it requires special equipment.
KeywordsGraphite Content Antifriction Property Optimum Sinter Temperature Antifriction Material Powder Metallurgy Method
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