Carbon and chrome influence on tribological behaviour of iron alloys
Keywords:Wear, Hardness, Microstructure, Chromium, Carbon
This study compares the abrasive wear resistance of a carbon steel, used in the linings of coal mills, and ferrous alloys with different chromium and carbon content. It also analyses the influence of chromium and carbon content on mechanical properties, such as hardness, and microstructure. The abrasive wear resistance of the different materials was determined by means of ASTM G 105, "Standard Test Method for Conducting Wet Sand/Rubber Wheel Abrasion Test". A blasting test was used to study erosive wear resistance.
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