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Temperature and recirculation addons are also available. The test involves rotating one ball on three stationary balls at controlled environmental conditions.
High-load and high-temperature tribometer
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The value of any wear test method lies in predicting the relative ranking of material combinations. Stribeck curve is a plot between coefficient of friction and bearing number. Piston Ring Liner This test helps evaluate friction and wear parameters of piston ring liner material in presence of engine 550324.
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In all modules listed above user can change the load and velocity to automatically plot Stribeck Curves with ease. The tests can be done in controlled environmental conditions including humidity, temperature and more. Work Item s – proposed revisions of this standard.
No other units of measurement are included in this standard. In this latter case, the results 503244 be compared to the ILS data Table 2. Loads from mN to 10,N. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. Since the pin-on-disk test method does not attempt to duplicate all the conditions that may be experienced in service for example; lubrication, load, pressure, contact geometry, removal of wear debris, and presence of corrosive environmentthere is no insurance that the test will predict the wear rate of a given material under conditions differing from those in the test.
Stribeck Curve Stribeck curve is a plot between coefficient of friction and bearing number. The standard Test to determine extreme pressure, friction wear properties of lubricant greases, solid bonded 50342, gear and hydraulic fluids, lubricating oils. The test setup allows to mount real pieces of actual piston ring and liners. The ball is caused to rub against the disk 1mm stroke at a frequency of 50 Hz for 75 min.
This test helps evaluate friction and wear parameters of piston ring liner material in presence of engine oils. Tapping Torque, Twist Compression, Drilling Tapping torque module allows to characterize friction, wear, torque etc.
ASTM G99 – 17 Standard Test Method for Wear Testing with a Pin-on-Disk Apparatus
Fast Exchange makes all these modules easily swapable on the MFT platform. Such a use of this standard is encouraged as a means to improve wear testing methodology.
All tests are done in oscillation mode under controlled environmental conditions. Thank you for your interest and filling out the form! However, it must be clearly stated in any report that, while the directions and protocol in Test Method G99 were followed if truethe choices of test parameters were different from Test Method G99 values, and the test results were therefore also different from the Test Method G99 results.
Materials are tested in pairs under nominally non-abrasive conditions. The coefficient of friction may also be determined. Twist Compression 05324 designed to measure friction and adhesion in metal forming. Test involves slowly rotating a ring on top of material of choice. Real time down force controlpiezo sensors to measure inline friction makes this module very reliable and repeatable.
Linear Oscillating The standard Test to determine extreme pressure, 5324 wear properties of lubricant greases, solid bonded films, gear and hydraulic fluids, lubricating oils. The principal areas of experimental attention in using this type of apparatus to measure wear are described.