The resistance to surface and subsurface damage during lubricated rolling-sliding wear of a carburised low-alloy sintered steel and the effect of shot peening were investigated. The formation of both contact fatigue cracks and of brittle tensile cracks may be predicted by a theoretical model that was experimentally validated. Carburising is effective in increasing the resistance to contact fatigue, but pores in a hard and brittle matrix may act as pre-existing cracks. Shot peening increases the contact fatigue resistance since compressive residual stresses oppose the nucleation of surface cracks.

Damage phenomena in lubricated rolling-sliding wear of a gas carburised 0.85%Mo low-alloyed sintered steel: theoretical analysis and experimental verification / Tesfaye, S.; Molinari, A.; Pahl, W.. - In: POWDER METALLURGY. - ISSN 0032-5899. - 60:5(2017), pp. 321-329. [10.1080/00325899.2017.1331817]

Damage phenomena in lubricated rolling-sliding wear of a gas carburised 0.85%Mo low-alloyed sintered steel: theoretical analysis and experimental verification

Molinari A.;
2017

Abstract

The resistance to surface and subsurface damage during lubricated rolling-sliding wear of a carburised low-alloy sintered steel and the effect of shot peening were investigated. The formation of both contact fatigue cracks and of brittle tensile cracks may be predicted by a theoretical model that was experimentally validated. Carburising is effective in increasing the resistance to contact fatigue, but pores in a hard and brittle matrix may act as pre-existing cracks. Shot peening increases the contact fatigue resistance since compressive residual stresses oppose the nucleation of surface cracks.
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Tesfaye, S.; Molinari, A.; Pahl, W.
Damage phenomena in lubricated rolling-sliding wear of a gas carburised 0.85%Mo low-alloyed sintered steel: theoretical analysis and experimental verification / Tesfaye, S.; Molinari, A.; Pahl, W.. - In: POWDER METALLURGY. - ISSN 0032-5899. - 60:5(2017), pp. 321-329. [10.1080/00325899.2017.1331817]
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