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Effects of mechanical stiffness and vibration on wear

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      • Includes bibliographical references.Proceedings of a symposium held May 18, 1994, Montréal, sponsored by ASTM Committee G-2 on Erosion and Wear.

        StatementASTM
        PublishersASTM
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        LC Classifications1995
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 50 p. :
        Number of Pages99
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        ISBN 100803119917
        Series
        1
        21247.
        3ASTM special technical publication ;

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2016-01, Southwest University of Science and Technology. Properties of fiber reinforced plastics under static and dynamic loading conditions. The hexagonal friction block exhibits a more uniform distribution of contact pressure than the pentagonal and circular friction blocks, resulting in the lowest contact stiffness, as well as the least wear, vibration, and noise.

To evaluate the dynamic reliability of the machine worktable system under multi-failure modes, a time-variant and conditional reliability approach based on the active learning Kriging model and Monte Carlo Simulation is proposed. A shaft misalignment could cause vibration in an axial direction back and forth along the shaft axis due to misalignment in a shaft coupling device.

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The cross-sectional morphology was analyzed by the SEM.2017, 57 7 : 693-696. [8] X Xie, Y F Zhu, Y G Shen. In this case, due to a temperature gradient within the member, the thermal stress induces additional strain to the strain already imposed by forces acting on it.

In these machines, vibration can indicate problems or deterioration in the equipment. API 610 11th Edition ISO13709:2009Centrifugal Pumps for Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Natural Gas Industries, recognizes the use of nonmetallic wear rings with reduced clearance.

The stiffness generated from these forces is known as the Lomakin Effect. An increase in system stiffness is found to increase wear rate. A focus is made on the analytic signal ambiguity due to the non-uniqueness of the amplitude estimation.