High-temperature tribology is of particular importance in industries where operational efficiency is affected by the exposure of materials and tribological interfaces to elevated temperatures. Various factors like elastic modulus, thermal conductivity, hardness, thermo-mechanical fatigue, diffusion, grain structure and oxidation can largely influence friction and wear at high temperatures, thus making it a multicomponent problem.
July 10, 2018Deepak Veeregowda
Tribology in MiningAn example of friction and wear process during extraction, materials handling, and material processing is shown in Figure 1. Damages to the materials used for drilling or digging are a result of impact, erosive and abrasive contact with the earth surface. Materials used in crushers are faced with severe impact and abrasive contact with the large chunks of minerals. Mining trucks with lubricated engine components and other power transmission systems, used for materials handling are subjected to lubricated wear. In cases, where the size of the particles is in few mm, the transportation of minerals is made ...
June 26, 2018ducom
This conference is an effort to provide open access to tribology research; to aid industries and academicians pushing the frontiers of material technologies and utilization of such technologies for a more sustainable world.
June 26, 2018ducom
From now until August 31, 2018, we’ll be running complimentary AW triplicate tests using our new, state of the art Four Ball Tester. Send us your samples for testing and each week, we’ll let you know how your lubricants rank against other competitors. Don’t worry—all submissions are confidential!
April 24, 2018Diana Hernandez
Solid particles in dusty environments can damage materials and affect dimensional tolerances in variety of industries ranging from gas turbines, helicopter rotor system (aerospace applications), boiler tubes (coal power plants) and wind turbines (renewable energy). Erosion of certain components can reduce operational efficiency of systems and have economic impact.
March 27, 2015Deepak Veeregowda