Contact-deformation mechanics of the interaction of lubricated surfaces
A Dykha () and
S Posonsky ()
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A Dykha: Khmelnitskyi National University, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine
S Posonsky: Khmelnitskyi National University, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine
Technium, 2019, vol. 1, issue 1, 15-20
The questions of the influence of the lubricant on the conditions of deformation in the contact of solids are considered. The steel spherical specimen was pressed into a greased and dry metal surface. The microstructures of the structure of the surface layer are studied under various conditions of deformation. The diagrams of the relative deformation of the surface layers are constructed. The mechanism of the formation and distribution of internal stresses for dry and greased contact is described. Experimental studies of the introduction of a moving steel indenter into a lubricated surface have been carried out. The relationship of the deformation mechanisms of lubricated surfaces with their wear resistance is determined.
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