Aulin V., Zamota T., Lysenko S., Hrynkiv A., Chernai A. Tribology transitions at running-in of friction surfaces conjugate parts.

  • В. В. Аулин
  • Т. Н. Замота
  • С. В. Лысенко
  • А. В. Гринькив
  • А. Е. Чернай
Keywords: runoff, friction torque, macrogeometry, contact of conjugate surfaces, effect unerringness.

Abstract

Running-in is the process of difficult  tribology transitions of surfaces of friction from the new state  (after making or repair) to running-in one. Completion of running-in comes after stabilizing of basic tribotechnical descriptions of surfaces and parameters of process of friction. Testifies conformity to law of running-in that investigating flowing of processes is possible three basic methods: on measuring of moment of friction; at times passing of interface to the stable state; on descriptions of short-term changes of force of friction. Determination of basic conformities  to law will allow to promote efficiency of running-in of friction surfaces of details of machines

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2018-07-03
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Аулин, В., Замота, Т., Лысенко, С., Гринькив, А., & Чернай, А. (2018). Aulin V., Zamota T., Lysenko S., Hrynkiv A., Chernai A. Tribology transitions at running-in of friction surfaces conjugate parts. Problems of Tribology, 86(4), 87-96. Retrieved from http://tribology.khnu.km.ua/index.php/ProbTrib/article/view/644
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