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ASTM G132 testing for evaluating abrasion resistance of WC-Co hardmetal

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The current test method experimentally simulates two-body abrasive wear of WC-6wt% Co hardmetal using modified pin abrasion tester configuration (ASTM G132). Silicon carbide (SiC) and alumina (Al2O3) with different sizes ranging from 22μm to 200 μm were used as abrasives in this test. Experiments were performed for different normal force from 4 to 16 N with constant sliding speed of 150 mm/s for 30 m sliding distance. Worn surface morphology and topography were characterized through SEM and white light interferometry. The obtained results clearly highlights the potential of pin abrasion tester for characterizing two body abrasion of hardmetals.
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Pin abrasion tester, cemented carbide, abrasion resistance, ASTM G132

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Rajendhran, Naveenkumar, et al. “ASTM G132 Testing for Evaluating Abrasion Resistance of WC-Co Hardmetal.” VI. Synergy 2019 International Conference, Proceedings, edited by István SZABÓ and Gábor KALÁCSKA, vol. 18, no. 1, 2019, pp. 85–94.
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Rajendhran, N., De Baets, P., Huang, S., Vleugel, J., & Sukumaran, J. (2019). ASTM G132 testing for evaluating abrasion resistance of WC-Co hardmetal. In I. SZABÓ & G. KALÁCSKA (Eds.), VI. Synergy 2019 International Conference, Proceedings (Vol. 18, pp. 85–94). Gödöllő, Hungary.
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Rajendhran, Naveenkumar, Patrick De Baets, Shuigen Huang, Jef Vleugel, and Jacob Sukumaran. 2019. “ASTM G132 Testing for Evaluating Abrasion Resistance of WC-Co Hardmetal.” In VI. Synergy 2019 International Conference, Proceedings, edited by István SZABÓ and Gábor KALÁCSKA, 18:85–94.
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Rajendhran, Naveenkumar, Patrick De Baets, Shuigen Huang, Jef Vleugel, and Jacob Sukumaran. 2019. “ASTM G132 Testing for Evaluating Abrasion Resistance of WC-Co Hardmetal.” In VI. Synergy 2019 International Conference, Proceedings, ed by. István SZABÓ and Gábor KALÁCSKA, 18:85–94.
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Rajendhran N, De Baets P, Huang S, Vleugel J, Sukumaran J. ASTM G132 testing for evaluating abrasion resistance of WC-Co hardmetal. In: SZABÓ I, KALÁCSKA G, editors. VI Synergy 2019 International Conference, Proceedings. 2019. p. 85–94.
IEEE
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N. Rajendhran, P. De Baets, S. Huang, J. Vleugel, and J. Sukumaran, “ASTM G132 testing for evaluating abrasion resistance of WC-Co hardmetal,” in VI. Synergy 2019 International Conference, Proceedings, Gödöllő, Hungary, 2019, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 85–94.
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  abstract     = {The current test method experimentally simulates two-body abrasive wear of
WC-6wt% Co hardmetal using modified pin abrasion tester configuration
(ASTM G132). Silicon carbide (SiC) and alumina (Al2O3) with different sizes
ranging from 22μm to 200 μm were used as abrasives in this test. Experiments
were performed for different normal force from 4 to 16 N with constant sliding
speed of 150 mm/s for 30 m sliding distance. Worn surface morphology and
topography were characterized through SEM and white light interferometry. The
obtained results clearly highlights the potential of pin abrasion tester for
characterizing two body abrasion of hardmetals.},
  articleno    = {11},
  author       = {Rajendhran, Naveenkumar and De Baets, Patrick and Huang, Shuigen and Vleugel, Jef and Sukumaran, Jacob},
  booktitle    = {VI. Synergy 2019 International Conference, Proceedings},
  editor       = {SZABÓ, István and KALÁCSKA, Gábor},
  issn         = {2060-3789},
  keywords     = {Pin abrasion tester,cemented carbide,abrasion resistance,ASTM G132},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Gödöllő, Hungary},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {11:85--11:94},
  title        = {ASTM G132 testing for evaluating abrasion resistance of WC-Co hardmetal},
  url          = {https://synergy2019.hu/},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {2019},
}