MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE LOADS AND SLIP RATES IN METAL-PLASTIC FRICTION PAIRS,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
Pagination or Media Count:
Laboratory test data is given on all-plastics specimen and specimen with a thin layer of plastic to determine permissible combinations of load and slip rates against steel with and without a lubricant. The tests were conducted on a MI-1M friction machine operated on the principle shaft-partial bearing at slip rates up to 2.0 msec., loads up to 80 kgsq cm and on a disc machine at slip rates up to 10 msec., and loads of 100 kgsq cm. It was shown that out of all materials tested, the heat-resistant polymers - aromatic polyamides with boundary lubrication resulted in the highest permissible service conditions.
- Coatings, Colorants and Finishes