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Friction of polymer/steel gear pairs

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Engineering plastics are often applied in tribological systems, where moving parts are subjected to severe friction and wear processes. Compared to metals engineering plastics are used because of their good friction and wear properties together with increased corrosion resistance and vibration damping ability. There are many sorts of technical polymers available of which sliding elements can be produced. To choose proper polymers for a given tribological application is not a simple task owing to many different parameters influencing the performance of a polymer sliding element.
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gear, coefficient of friction, line of action

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Keresztes, Róbert, Lászlá Zsidai, Gábor Kalácska, et al. “Friction of Polymer/steel Gear Pairs.” Mechanical Engineering Letters. Ed. Gábor Kalácska. Vol. 2. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, 2009. 1–11. Print.
APA
Keresztes, R., Zsidai, L., Kalácska, G., & De Baets, P. (2009). Friction of polymer/steel gear pairs. In G. Kalácska (Ed.), MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS (Vol. 2, pp. 1–11). Presented at the Synergy and Technical Development, Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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Keresztes, Róbert, Lászlá Zsidai, Gábor Kalácska, and Patrick De Baets. 2009. “Friction of Polymer/steel Gear Pairs.” In Mechanical Engineering Letters, ed. Gábor Kalácska, 2:1–11. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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Keresztes, Róbert, Lászlá Zsidai, Gábor Kalácska, and Patrick De Baets. 2009. “Friction of Polymer/steel Gear Pairs.” In Mechanical Engineering Letters, ed. Gábor Kalácska, 2:1–11. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
Vancouver
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Keresztes R, Zsidai L, Kalácska G, De Baets P. Friction of polymer/steel gear pairs. In: Kalácska G, editor. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS. Gödöllö, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering; 2009. p. 1–11.
IEEE
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R. Keresztes, L. Zsidai, G. Kalácska, and P. De Baets, “Friction of polymer/steel gear pairs,” in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS, Gödöllö, Hungary, 2009, vol. 2, pp. 1–11.
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  abstract     = {Engineering plastics are often applied in tribological systems, where moving parts are subjected to severe friction and wear processes. Compared to metals engineering plastics are used because of their good friction and wear properties together with increased corrosion resistance and vibration damping ability. There are many sorts of technical polymers available of which sliding elements can be produced. To choose proper polymers for a given tribological application is not a simple task owing to many different parameters influencing the performance of a polymer sliding element.},
  author       = {Keresztes, Róbert and Zsidai, Lászlá and Kalácska, Gábor and De Baets, Patrick},
  booktitle    = {MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS},
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  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Gödöllö, Hungary},
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  publisher    = {Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering},
  title        = {Friction of polymer/steel gear pairs},
  url          = {http://www.geti.gek.szie.hu/files/geti/2007_2008_1_felev/R&D%20Mechanical%20Engineering%20Letters%202009.pdf},
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  year         = {2009},
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