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Tribological Properties of Polyoxymethylene Composites Against Aluminum

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Masaya Kurokawa

Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University, 40-20, Kodatsuno 2-chome, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa 920-8667, Japan

Yoshitaka Uchiyama, Tomoaki Iwai

Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kanazawa University, 40-20, Kodatsuno 2-chome, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa 920-8667, Japan

Susumu Nagai

Tribosystem Lab. Starlite Co. Ltd., 1-1-71, Tokuan, Tsurumi-ku, Osaka 538-0034, Japan

J. Tribol 125(3), 661-669 (Jun 19, 2003) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1540123 History: Received September 01, 2000; Revised August 27, 2002; Online June 19, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Figures

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SEM photograph and surface roughness profile of SUS303 disk before the test
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Variations in the coefficient of friction (○) and the specific wear rate (□) of POM composites rubbed against SUS303 disks: (a) unfilled POM; (b) POM/SiC(0.1); (c) POM/SiC(0.1)/Ca-OCA(1); and (d) POM/PTFE(24). (Contact pressure=0.7 MPa; sliding velocity=0.5 m/s; room temperature; dry condition.)
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SEM photographs and surface roughness profiles for SUS303 disks rubbed with POM composites: (a) POM/SiC(0.1); (b) POM/SiC(0.1)/Ca-OCA(1); and (c) POM/PTFE(24).
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SEM photograph and surface roughness profile of A5056 disk before the test
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Variations in the coefficient of friction with sliding distance for POM composites rubbed against A5056 disks. Contact pressure=0.7 MPa; sliding velocity=0.5 m/s; room temperature; dry condition.
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Variations in wear depth with sliding distance for POM composites rubbed against A5056 disks. Contact pressure=0.7 MPa; sliding velocity=0.5 m/s; room temperature; dry condition.
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Variations in the coefficient of friction (○) and the specific wear rate (□) of POM composites rubbed against A5056 disks: (a) unfilled POM; (b) POM/SiC(0.1); (c) POM/SiC(2); (d) POM/SiC(0.1)/Ca-OCA(1); and (e) POM/PTFE(24). (Contact pressure=0.7 MPa; sliding velocity=0.5 m/s; room temperature; dry condition.)
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OM photographs for SUS303 disks and A5056 disks rubbed with POM composites: (a) SUS303 disk rubbed with unfilled POM, POM/SiC(0.1), or POM/SiC(2); (b) SUS303 disk rubbed with POM/PTFE(24); (c) A5056 disk rubbed with unfilled POM; (d) A5056 disk rubbed with POM/PTFE(24); (e) A5056 disk rubbed with POM/SiC(0.1); (f ) A5056 disk rubbed with POM/SiC(0.1)/Ca-OCA(1); and (g) A5056 disk rubbed with POM/SiC(2)
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SEM photographs and surface roughness profiles for A5056 disks rubbed with POM composites
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SEM photographs for pin specimens of POM composites rubbed against A5056 disks: (a) unfilled POM; (b) POM/SiC(0.1); (c) POM/SiC(2); (d) POM/PTFE(24); and (e) POM/SiC(0.1)/Ca-OCA(1).

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