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On-line wear monitoring of polymer matrix composites

(2005) MATERIALS SCIENCE FORUM. 475-479(1-5). p.1083-1086
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The Laboratory Soete developed a new test setup, based on the well-known pin-on-disc test rig. Instead of the standard composite specimen and steel disc, a rotating composite disc and a steel pin is presently used to have a visible wear track. Other measurement techniques (Acoustic Emission, vibrations, temperature) can be used on the test rig. Continuous monitoring of the wear track combined with standard wear and friction measurements, give results of the current state of the wear track. Fourier frequency analysis (FFT) of these signals gives an indication of the change in condition and contact geometry of the resulting pin-disc combination. A high-speed camera will be used to acquire digital images of the worn composite surface. These online measurements yield to the gradual evolution in damage of the composite specimens.
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wear, polymer matrix composite, online monitoring, friction, vibrations, SEM, thin film, pin-on-disc

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Quintelier, Jan, Patrick De Baets, Joris Degrieck, et al. “On-line Wear Monitoring of Polymer Matrix Composites.” Ed. ZY Zhong et al. MATERIALS SCIENCE FORUM 475-479.1-5 (2005): 1083–1086. Print.
APA
Quintelier, J., De Baets, P., Degrieck, J., Ledda, A., Philips, W., Sol, H., & Van Hemelrijck, D. (2005). On-line wear monitoring of polymer matrix composites. (Z. Zhong, H. Saka, T. Kim, E. Holm, Y. Han, & X. Xie, Eds.)MATERIALS SCIENCE FORUM, 475-479(1-5), 1083–1086. Presented at the 5th Pacific Rim International conference on Advanced Materials and Processing (PRICM-5).
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Quintelier, Jan, Patrick De Baets, Joris Degrieck, Alessandro Ledda, Wilfried Philips, H Sol, and D Van Hemelrijck. 2005. “On-line Wear Monitoring of Polymer Matrix Composites.” Ed. ZY Zhong, H Saka, TH Kim, EA Holm, YF Han, and XS Xie. Materials Science Forum 475-479 (1-5): 1083–1086.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Quintelier, Jan, Patrick De Baets, Joris Degrieck, Alessandro Ledda, Wilfried Philips, H Sol, and D Van Hemelrijck. 2005. “On-line Wear Monitoring of Polymer Matrix Composites.” Ed. ZY Zhong, H Saka, TH Kim, EA Holm, YF Han, and XS Xie. Materials Science Forum 475-479 (1-5): 1083–1086.
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Quintelier J, De Baets P, Degrieck J, Ledda A, Philips W, Sol H, et al. On-line wear monitoring of polymer matrix composites. Zhong Z, Saka H, Kim T, Holm E, Han Y, Xie X, editors. MATERIALS SCIENCE FORUM. Stafa-Zürich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications ltd; 2005;475-479(1-5):1083–6.
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J. Quintelier et al., “On-line wear monitoring of polymer matrix composites,” MATERIALS SCIENCE FORUM, vol. 475–479, no. 1–5, pp. 1083–1086, 2005.
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  abstract     = {The Laboratory Soete developed a new test setup, based on the well-known pin-on-disc test rig. Instead of the standard composite specimen and steel disc, a rotating composite disc and a steel pin is presently used to have a visible wear track. Other measurement techniques (Acoustic Emission, vibrations, temperature) can be used on the test rig. Continuous monitoring of the wear track combined with standard wear and friction measurements, give results of the current state of the wear track. Fourier frequency analysis (FFT) of these signals gives an indication of the change in condition and contact geometry of the resulting pin-disc combination. A high-speed camera will be used to acquire digital images of the worn composite surface. These online measurements yield to the gradual evolution in damage of the composite specimens.},
  author       = {Quintelier, Jan and De Baets, Patrick and Degrieck, Joris and Ledda, Alessandro and Philips, Wilfried and Sol, H and Van Hemelrijck, D},
  editor       = {Zhong, ZY and Saka, H and Kim, TH and Holm, EA and Han, YF and Xie, XS},
  isbn         = {0-87849-960-1},
  issn         = {0255-5476},
  journal      = {MATERIALS SCIENCE FORUM},
  keywords     = {wear,polymer matrix composite,online monitoring,friction,vibrations,SEM,thin film,pin-on-disc},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Beijing, PR China},
  number       = {1-5},
  pages        = {1083--1086},
  publisher    = {Trans Tech Publications ltd},
  title        = {On-line wear monitoring of polymer matrix composites},
  volume       = {475-479},
  year         = {2005},
}

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