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Friction torque, temperature and roughness in roll-slip phenomenon for polymer–steel contacts

Jacob Sukumaran UGent, Mátyás Andó UGent, Vanessa Rodriguez Fereira UGent, Patrick De Baets UGent and Patric Daniel Neis (2011) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS. 5. p.7-16
abstract
The current study gives an insight of the roll-slip phenomenon of polymer-metal pair where priority is given to measurement techniques, test duration and the behavior of the polymer. A systematic tribological measurement was used to identify the friction torque from polymer –metal pairs where the friction torque from contact is obtained by subtracting the base torque of the test rig to exploit the absolute results. Base torque of the machine is almost constant, the changing can describe with linear trend line which is less than 0,5% per ten minutes. Measurements made for 3 hours shows that the friction force between the polyamide 6 (NaPA6) and structural steel (S33J2) has a polynomial of degree two with a function ( Ff = −1.5549 ⋅T 2 + 9.4031⋅T +13,126 ). Micrographs from the contact surface revealed the damage of roughness peaks during the course of testing. The involved wear mechanisms was investigated with roughness measurements and microscopy. The roughness plots also correlates with the micrograph where the rate of decrease in Ra in the initial stage is higher followed by a linear increase in the later stage. This can describe using polynomial function of degree as ( Ra = 0.029 ⋅T 2 + 0.3695⋅T + 2.4967 ).
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published
subject
keyword
roughness., compensation friction torque, Roll/slip
journal title
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS
Mech. Eng. Lett.
editor
Gábor KALÁCSKA
volume
5
pages
7 - 16
publisher
Szent István University
place of publication
Gödöllő, H-2103 Hungary
ISSN
2060-3789
language
English
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yes
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A2
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I have retained and own the full copyright for this publication
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1919879
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1919879
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2011-10-03 15:57:19
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  author       = {Sukumaran, Jacob and And{\'o}, M{\'a}ty{\'a}s and Rodriguez Fereira, Vanessa and De Baets, Patrick and Neis, Patric Daniel },
  editor       = {KAL{\'A}CSKA, G{\'a}bor},
  issn         = {2060-3789},
  journal      = {MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS},
  keyword      = {roughness.,compensation friction torque,Roll/slip},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {7--16},
  publisher    = {Szent Istv{\'a}n University},
  title        = {Friction torque, temperature and roughness in roll-slip phenomenon for polymer--steel contacts},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Sukumaran, Jacob, Mátyás Andó, Vanessa Rodriguez Fereira, Patrick De Baets, and Patric Daniel Neis. 2011. “Friction Torque, Temperature and Roughness in Roll-slip Phenomenon for Polymer–steel Contacts.” Ed. Gábor KALÁCSKA. Mechanical Engineering Letters 5: 7–16.
APA
Sukumaran, J., Andó, M., Rodriguez Fereira, V., De Baets, P., & Neis, P. D. (2011). Friction torque, temperature and roughness in roll-slip phenomenon for polymer–steel contacts. (G. KALÁCSKA, Ed.)MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS, 5, 7–16.
Vancouver
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Sukumaran J, Andó M, Rodriguez Fereira V, De Baets P, Neis PD. Friction torque, temperature and roughness in roll-slip phenomenon for polymer–steel contacts. KALÁCSKA G, editor. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS. Gödöllő, H-2103 Hungary: Szent István University; 2011;5:7–16.
MLA
Sukumaran, Jacob, Mátyás Andó, Vanessa Rodriguez Fereira, et al. “Friction Torque, Temperature and Roughness in Roll-slip Phenomenon for Polymer–steel Contacts.” Ed. Gábor KALÁCSKA. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS 5 (2011): 7–16. Print.