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TABLE 34.1 Material Properties Involved in Wear
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wear, polishing wear, cavitation, corrosive wear, false brinelling, friction oxidation, chafing fatigue, fretting, and chemical wear. Still closer observation may reveal spalling, fatigue wear, pitting corrosion, delamination, cutting wear, deformation wear, gouging wear, galling, milling wear, plowing wear, scratching, scouring, and abrasion. The latter is often subdivided into two-body or three-body abrasion and low-stress or high-stress abrasion. Finally, some of the terms that come from the literature on lubricated wear include scuffing, scoring, and seizure. Most of these terms have specific meanings in particular products and in particular industries, but few find wide use. Valiant attempts are continuously being made to define wear terms in the professional societies, but progress is slow. Researchers have attempted to classify most of the terms as either abrasive or adhesive mechanisms primarily, with a few terms classified as a fatigue mechanism. It is interesting that adhesiveness or abrasiveness is not often proven in real problems. Rather, a given wear process is simply modeled as abrasive or adhesive and often considered as exclusively so. Some authors attempt to escape such categories by separating wear into the mild and severe categories, which introduces value judgments on wear rates not inherently found in the other terms. Mechanisms of wear will be discussed at greater length below.
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34.1.2 Design Philosophy Most wearing surfaces are redesigned rather than designed for the first time. Thus designers will usually have access to people who have experience with previous products. Designing a product for the first time requires very mature skills, not only in materials and manufacturing methods, but also in design philosophy for a particular product. The philosophy by which wear resistance or wear life of a product is chosen may differ strongly within and between various segments of industry. Such considerations as acceptable modes of failure, product repair, controllability of environment, product cost, nature of product users, and the interaction between these factors receive different treatment for different products. For example, since automobile tires are easier to change than is an engine crankshaft, the wear life of tires is not a factor in discussions of vehicle life. The opposite philosophy must apply to drilling bits used in the oil-well industry. The cone teeth and the bearing upon which the cone rotates must be designed for equal life, since both are equally inaccessible while wearing. In some products or machines, function is far more important than manufacturing costs. One example is the sliding elements in nuclear reactors. The temperature environment of the nuclear reactor is moderate, lubricants are not permitted, and the result of wear is exceedingly detrimental to the function of the system. Thus expensive metal-ceramic coatings are frequently used. This is an example of a highly specified combination of materials and wearing conditions. Perhaps a more complex example is that of artificial teeth. The surrounding system is very adaptable, a high cost is relatively acceptable, but durability may be strongly influenced by body chemistry and choice of food, all beyond the range of influence by the designers. Thus there is no general rule whereby designers can quickly proceed to select a wear-resisting material for a product. One often heard but misleading simple method of reducing wear is to increase the hardness of the material. There are, unfortunately, too many exceptions to this rule to have high confidence in it except for some narrowly defined wearing systems. One obvious exception is the case of
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