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On the influence of laser surface texture in fretting fatigue testing

Jan De Pauw (UGent) , Patrick De Baets (UGent) and Wim De Waele (UGent)
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One possible way to increase the lifetime of contacts subjected to fretting fatigue is to clear out wear particles from the contact. Therefore, the surface can be textured with small cavities capturing wear particles moving inside the contact. At Ghent University we designed a novel surface texture pattern specifically for mixed stick slip contacts in coupon scale fretting fatigue experiments. The influence of the new pattern on the fretting fatigue lifetime is compared to one other surface pattern and the virgin surface. Although the likelihood of capturing wear particles is increased, the lifetime of the new surface pattern is lower.
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Fretting fatigue, lifetime, surface modification, laser texture

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De Pauw, Jan, Patrick De Baets, and Wim De Waele. “On the Influence of Laser Surface Texture in Fretting Fatigue Testing.” Synergy International Conferences, Proceedings. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, 2013. 104–111. Print.
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De Pauw, J., De Baets, P., & De Waele, W. (2013). On the influence of laser surface texture in fretting fatigue testing. Synergy International Conferences, Proceedings (pp. 104–111). Presented at the Synergy International Conferences, Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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De Pauw, Jan, Patrick De Baets, and Wim De Waele. 2013. “On the Influence of Laser Surface Texture in Fretting Fatigue Testing.” In Synergy International Conferences, Proceedings, 104–111. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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De Pauw, Jan, Patrick De Baets, and Wim De Waele. 2013. “On the Influence of Laser Surface Texture in Fretting Fatigue Testing.” In Synergy International Conferences, Proceedings, 104–111. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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De Pauw J, De Baets P, De Waele W. On the influence of laser surface texture in fretting fatigue testing. Synergy International Conferences, Proceedings. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering; 2013. p. 104–11.
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J. De Pauw, P. De Baets, and W. De Waele, “On the influence of laser surface texture in fretting fatigue testing,” in Synergy International Conferences, Proceedings, Gödöllö, Hungary, 2013, pp. 104–111.
@inproceedings{4178315,
  abstract     = {One possible way to increase the lifetime of contacts subjected to fretting fatigue is to clear out wear particles from the contact. Therefore, the surface can be textured with small cavities capturing wear particles moving inside the contact. At Ghent University we designed a novel surface texture pattern specifically for mixed stick slip contacts in coupon scale fretting fatigue experiments. The influence of the new pattern on the fretting fatigue lifetime is compared to one other surface pattern and the virgin surface. Although the likelihood of capturing wear particles is increased, the lifetime of the new surface pattern is lower.},
  author       = {De Pauw, Jan and De Baets, Patrick and De Waele, Wim},
  booktitle    = {Synergy International Conferences, Proceedings},
  issn         = {2060-3789},
  keywords     = {Fretting fatigue,lifetime,surface modification,laser texture},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Gödöllö, Hungary},
  pages        = {104--111},
  publisher    = {Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering},
  title        = {On the influence of laser surface texture in fretting fatigue testing},
  year         = {2013},
}