2017
DOI: 10.1590/1980-5373-mr-2017-0009
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Dry Sliding Wear Behaviour of Aluminium 5059/SiC/MoS2 Hybrid Metal Matrix Composites

Abstract: The present study is to investigate the influence of weight percentage of silicon carbide (SiC) (5,10 %, 15%) and particle size (10,20,40µm) of SiC and constant 2% of Molybdenum disulphide(MoS 2 ) is reinforced with aluminium matrix. Wear performance of the composite was carried out through pin-on-disc method to calculate friction coefficient and wear resistance of the composites. The experiments were conducted by varying the sliding speed of (1.5,2.5 &3.5 m/s), loads (30,50&70N) with sliding distance ranges f… Show more

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“…The micro-hardness was increased with addition of BLA when compared with amtrix material. The results are line with Daniel et al [19] was also manufactured Aluminium 5059/SiC/MoS2 composite by stir casting method.…”
Section: A Analysis Of Microstructuresupporting
confidence: 90%
“…The micro-hardness was increased with addition of BLA when compared with amtrix material. The results are line with Daniel et al [19] was also manufactured Aluminium 5059/SiC/MoS2 composite by stir casting method.…”
Section: A Analysis Of Microstructuresupporting
confidence: 90%
“…It was also suggested that the tool wear rate of the taper profile tool is less as compared to other profiles [86]. The FSP can be carried out in N 2 atmosphere to form an ultra-fine nitride layer on the matrix surface to improve hardness and wear resistance properties [87,88]. In-situ Al1050/Fe 3 O 4 nanocomposites surface composite exhibited 65% higher wear resistance properties than Al 1050 [40].…”
Section: Reinforcements and Composite Propertiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the addition of hard reinforcement decreases the machinability of the base alloy. To overcome this issue, soft materials such as graphite, MoS 2 and BN are used as secondary reinforcement to develop aluminium metal matrix composites (AMMC) with multiple reinforcements (hybrid composites) [ 7 , 8 , 9 ]. The addition of multiple reinforcements will improve the various properties of the base aluminium alloy [ 7 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%