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In-Situ Wear Monitoring of Slider and Disk Using Acoustic Emission

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Kaoru Matsuoka, Koji Taniguchi, Masaru Nakakita

HD Development Center, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., 3-1-1, Yagumo-nakamachi, Moriguchi, Osaka, 570-8501 Japan

J. Tribol 123(1), 175-180 (Aug 01, 2000) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1327586 History: Received April 11, 2000; Revised August 01, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Figures

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Block diagram of the experimental apparatus
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AE transducer gain spectrum for longitudinal wave
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Optical micrograph of slider surface
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AFM image of indent shape sample
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Optical surface analyzer (OSA) image of disk showing wear tracks produced under contact pads
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OSA image of wear track cross section on disk
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Calibration of AE signal for evaluation of slider wear
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Calibration of AE signal for evaluation of disk wear
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Detected AE r.m.s. signal from slider slid against disk B as a function of sliding time
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Detected AE r.m.s. signal from disk B as a function of sliding time
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Friction force acting on slider slid against disk B
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Detected AE r.m.s. signal from slider slid against disk C as a function of sliding time
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Detected AE r.m.s. signal from disk C as a function of sliding time
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Friction force acting on slider slid against disk C
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Optical micrograph of contact pads after 1000 seconds sliding test against disk B
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Optical micrograph of disk B surface after 750 seconds sliding test
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Predicted wear volume of slider using acoustic emission signal and measured values as a function of sliding time. Disk B was used.
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Predicted wear volume of disk B using acoustic emission signal and measured values as a function of sliding time
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Predicted wear volume of disk C using acoustic emission signal and measured values as a function of sliding time
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Predicted wear depth of slider using acoustic emission signal and measured values as functions of sliding time. Disk B was used.
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Predicted wear depth of disk B using acoustic emission signal and measured values as functions of sliding time
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Predicted wear depth of disk C using acoustic emission signal and measured values as functions of sliding time

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