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Role of fabric reinforcement on the low amplitude oscillating wear of polyetherimide composites
Influence of fabric reinforcement in polymers is well investigated in the unidirectional sliding wear mode leading to adhesive wear of the composites, but not in the case of low amplitude oscillating (fretting or reciprocating) ...
Friction and wear behavior of polyetherimide composites in various wear modes
A high performance engineering polymer, polyetherimide (PEI) and its two composites, one containing only short glass fibers (GF) 20% and the other, commercially established bearing material containing 25% GF and three solid ...
Influence of fibers and solid lubricants on low amplitude oscillating wear of polyetherimide composites
The influence of short fiber reinforcement and solid lubricants is widely studied in rotational sliding adhesive wear mode, but not much is reported in low amplitude oscillating wear situation. In this paper a series of ...
Wear of cryo-treated engineering polymers and composites
Polymers and composites are extensively used in wear situations dominated by various types of abrasive mechanisms. Incorporation of,heat treatment and surface engineering by various chemical and physical techniques have ...
On the abrasive wear behaviour of fabric-reinforced polyetherimide composites
The potential of fabric reinforcement in the thermoplastic polymers for enhancing the abrasive wear resistance has not been explored so far. Hence a series of seven composites of polyetherimide (PEI) reinforced with three ...