An Experimental Investigation of the Dynamic and Thermal Characteristics of the Ceramic Stock Removal Process
Many major phenomena act simultaneously, such as high velocity impact, crack propagation, wear and friction processes.
Experimental parameters: specific conditions and their variations are often extreme. As an example, interfacial pressures may reach levels of 25 kilobars, within one tenth of a microsecond; temperatures of around 1500° Kelvin are experienced.
The process is a continuous dynamic process; that is, there is a very definite time period over which the material continues to be subjected to impact parameters, after the initial impact is made.
KeywordsSilicon Nitride Force Level Horizontal Force Wheel Speed High Velocity Impact
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