By Kenneth G. Budinski
Friction, put on, and erosion are significant matters in mechanical engineering and fabrics technology, leading to significant expenses to companies working within the automobile, biomedical, petroleum/oil/gas, and structural engineering industries. the good news is, through knowing what friction, put on, or erosion mode predominates in a mechanism or gadget, you could take motion to avoid its high priced failure.
Seeing Is Believing
Containing approximately three hundred images of part disasters, macro- and micrographs of floor harm, and schematics on fabric elimination mechanisms accrued over 50 years of tribology consulting and learn, Friction, put on, and Erosion Atlas is vital speedy reference for tribology execs and laymen alike. entire with specific causes of each friction, put on, and erosion approach, the atlas’ catalog of pictures is supported by way of a wealth of sensible tips on:
- Diagnosing the categorical reasons of half failure
- Identifying well known modes of wear and tear, together with rolling and influence, with a distinct emphasis on adhesion and abrasion
- Understanding manifestations of friction, resembling strength strains from a laboratory attempt rig for a number of try out couples
- Recognizing liquid droplet, reliable particle, slurry, equivalent impingement, and cavitation modes of erosion
- Developing ideas to process-limiting problems
Featuring a thesaurus of tribology phrases and definitions, in addition to thousands of visible representations, Friction, put on, and Erosion Atlas is either consumer pleasant and worthwhile. It not just increases information of the significance of tribology, yet presents assistance for the way designers can proactively mitigate tribology concerns.
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Friction, Wear, and Erosion Atlas by Kenneth G. Budinski