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Title: Adhesive Wear Behavior of Heat Treated Spheroidal Graphite Cast Iron
Authors: Salim, M
Shama, S
Mozumder, Y H
Behera, R K
L P, Sindhoora
Pattanaik, A
Mishra, S C
Sen, S
Keywords: SG cast iron
Heat treatment
Dry sliding wear
Issue Date: Feb-2015
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: 4th National Conference on Processing and Characterization of Materials (IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering), NIT Rourkela , 5-6 December 2014
Abstract: Spheroidal graphite cast iron is one of the most favorable materials in cast iron family due to its wide range of mechanical and tribological properties. In the current research priority isgiven towards the investigation of wear system response of spheroidal graphite cast iron subjected to various heat treatment conditions. Pearlitic/ferritic and upper bainitic matrix was obtained through normalizing and austempering treatment for an austenitizing temperature of 1000°C. Dry sliding wear test was performed at 10N, 20N, 30N for a sliding distance of 7.54m. With increase in load weight loss was observed for as-cast specimen whereas normalized specimen showed very less weight loss with increasing load. On the other hand the austempered specimen observed to lose weight when operated at 10N, whereas at 20N and 30N drastic gain in weight was observed.
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URI: 10.1088/1757-899X/75/1/012003
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