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TRIBOLOGICAL STUDY OF SELF-LUBRICATING COMPOSITES WITH HEXAGONAL BORON NITRIDE AND GRAPHITE AS SOLID LUBRICANTS

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10.5151/1472-5836-25390

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In order to better understand the tribological behavior of self-lubricating materials, Fe-Si-C matrix composites containing solid lubricants added during the mixing step were studied. The samples were produced by conventional powder metallurgy route, presenting total contents of 5%, 7.5% and 10% in volume of h-BN and graphite mixtures as solid lubricants. The composites were evaluated in terms of tribological properties, under reciprocating sliding conditions, and mechanical properties by using tensile tests. Additionally, the wear scars were characterized by Raman spectroscopy and scanning electronic microscopy. Higher total contents of solid lubricants greatly increased scuffing resistance however decreased mechanical properties. Furthermore, increasing h-BN contents reduces both properties. These results confirmed the applicability of such sintered composites as self-lubricating parts, reaching values up to 7000 N.m for scuffing resistance combined with ultimate tensile strength of 220 MPa.

 

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Scuffing resistance; Powder metallurgy; h-BN; Graphite

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Kelen Juliane Mucelin; Priscila da Costa Gonçalves; Gisele Hammes; Roberto Binder; Rolf Janssen; Aloisio Nelmo Klein; José Daniel Biasoli de Mello. TRIBOLOGICAL STUDY OF SELF-LUBRICATING COMPOSITES WITH HEXAGONAL BORON NITRIDE AND GRAPHITE AS SOLID LUBRICANTS , p. 3772-3781. In: 2nd International Brazilian Conference on Tribology, Foz do Iguaçu - Brasil, 2014.
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