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Impact of wire-EDM on tribological characteristics of ZrO2-based composites in dry sliding contact with WC–Co-cemented carbide

(2011) TRIBOLOGY LETTERS. 43(1). p.1-15
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The effect of surface conditions and secondary phase addition on the dry sliding friction and wear characteristics of five yttria-stabilized ZrO2-based composites with 40 vol% WC, TiCN or TiN was investigated using an ASTM G133 pin-on-flat sliding contact configuration. WC-6wt%Co-cemented carbide pins were used as mating material. The friction and wear level were higher for wire-EDMed ZrO2-based composites compared to their equivalent ground specimens. This finding could be correlated to flexural strength measurements, revealing strong discrepancy between wire-EDMed and ground surfaces. The most favorable tribological characteristics were encountered with ZrO2-WC composites compared to ZrO2-TiCN and ZrO2-TiN grades.
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ZrO2-based ceramic composite, ADVANCED CERAMIC MATERIALS, Wire-EDM, Unlubricated friction, Wear mechanism, Flexural strength, ZIRCONIA-BASED COMPOSITES, ZRO2 CERAMICS, Y-TZP, STABILIZED ZIRCONIA, MATERIAL REMOVAL, WEAR PROPERTIES, SURFACE DAMAGE, STRENGTH, BEHAVIOR

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Bonny, Koenraad, Yeczain Perez Delgado, Patrick De Baets, Jacob Sukumaran, Jozef Vleugels, Olivier Malek, and Bert Lauwers. 2011. “Impact of wire-EDM on Tribological Characteristics of ZrO2-based Composites in Dry Sliding Contact with WC–Co-cemented Carbide.” Tribology Letters 43 (1): 1–15.
APA
Bonny, K., Perez Delgado, Y., De Baets, P., Sukumaran, J., Vleugels, J., Malek, O., & Lauwers, B. (2011). Impact of wire-EDM on tribological characteristics of ZrO2-based composites in dry sliding contact with WC–Co-cemented carbide. TRIBOLOGY LETTERS, 43(1), 1–15.
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Bonny K, Perez Delgado Y, De Baets P, Sukumaran J, Vleugels J, Malek O, et al. Impact of wire-EDM on tribological characteristics of ZrO2-based composites in dry sliding contact with WC–Co-cemented carbide. TRIBOLOGY LETTERS. 2011;43(1):1–15.
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Bonny, Koenraad, Yeczain Perez Delgado, Patrick De Baets, et al. “Impact of wire-EDM on Tribological Characteristics of ZrO2-based Composites in Dry Sliding Contact with WC–Co-cemented Carbide.” TRIBOLOGY LETTERS 43.1 (2011): 1–15. Print.
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  abstract     = {The effect of surface conditions and secondary phase addition on the dry sliding friction and wear characteristics of five yttria-stabilized ZrO2-based composites with 40 vol\% WC, TiCN or TiN was investigated using an ASTM G133 pin-on-flat sliding contact configuration. WC-6wt\%Co-cemented carbide pins were used as mating material. The friction and wear level were higher for wire-EDMed ZrO2-based composites compared to their equivalent ground specimens. This finding could be correlated to flexural strength measurements, revealing strong discrepancy between wire-EDMed and ground surfaces. The most favorable tribological characteristics were encountered with ZrO2-WC composites compared to ZrO2-TiCN and ZrO2-TiN grades.},
  author       = {Bonny, Koenraad and Perez Delgado, Yeczain and De Baets, Patrick and Sukumaran, Jacob and Vleugels, Jozef and Malek, Olivier and Lauwers, Bert},
  issn         = {1023-8883},
  journal      = {TRIBOLOGY LETTERS},
  keyword      = {ZrO2-based ceramic composite,ADVANCED CERAMIC MATERIALS,Wire-EDM,Unlubricated friction,Wear mechanism,Flexural strength,ZIRCONIA-BASED COMPOSITES,ZRO2 CERAMICS,Y-TZP,STABILIZED ZIRCONIA,MATERIAL REMOVAL,WEAR PROPERTIES,SURFACE DAMAGE,STRENGTH,BEHAVIOR},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {1--15},
  title        = {Impact of wire-EDM on tribological characteristics of ZrO2-based composites in dry sliding contact with WC--Co-cemented carbide},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11249-011-9781-y},
  volume       = {43},
  year         = {2011},
}

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