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Time dependence of solid-particle impingement erosion of an aluminum alloy
P. Veerabhadra Rao
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||P. Veerabhadra Rao and Donald H. Buckley|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2169|
|Contributions||Buckley, Donald H, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Solid-particle impingement erosion process on ductile metals can be characterized by the following periods: (1) Incubation or induction period-the exposure time span or abrasive charge during which there is a little or no weight loss.
In fact, in a few cases there can be a slight weight gain caused by deposition or embedment ofFile Size: 1MB. Get this from a library.
Time dependence of solid-particle impingement erosion of an aluminum alloy. [P Veerabhadra Rao; Donald H Buckley; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.]. The well-known dependence of erosion on the angle of impingement [7, 8] appears to be explicable in terms of the relative contributions of the lip and platelet mechanisms to total material removal at different by: Erosion studies were conducted on T aluminum alloy by using jet impingement of glass beads and crushed glass particles to investigate the influence of exposure time on volume loss rate at different : P.
Veerabhadrarao and D. Buckley. Time dependence of solid-particle impingement erosion of an aluminum alloy / By P. Veerabhadra. Rao, Donald H. Buckley and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Scientific and Technical Information Branch. Abstract. STAR category "August "buted to depository libraries in es. Wear, 79 () THE EROSION OF ALUMINUM BY SOLID PARTICLE IMPINGEMENT AT OBLIQUE INCIDENCE D. RICKERBY and N. MACMILLAN Materials Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (U.S.A.) (Received Septem) Summary The erosion of coarse-grained aluminum by Cited by: They tested for up to 10 hours the jet-impingement effects at different angles on aluminum and cast iron surfaces, by measuring weight loss, roughness by speckle interferometry, and hardness after tests.
Employed jet speeds were 5 m/sec and 10 m/ by: 8. Geometrical features of wear debris. Part I: erosion of ductile steel by solid particle impingement Article in Journal of Materials Science 40(7) April with 86 Reads.
The surfaces of cast-iron specimens have been modified byCO2 laser processing in order to enhance theirhardness, providing different surfaces for wear behaviourstudies.
Various laser heat treatments were performed in order to generate distinct microstructures. Based on previous tests,interaction time and power density used were s and kW/mm2, by: 2. Original Article Experimental analysis of aluminum alloy under solid particle erosion process Mohammad A Chowdhury1, Uttam K Debnath1, Dewan M Nuruzzaman2 and Md.
Monirul Islam3 Abstract The erosion behaviors of aluminum alloy have been evaluated practically at different test conditions under ambient. A critical study of the erosion of an aluminium alloy by solid spherical particles at normal impingement Wear 88 3 /(83) 2-s 37 Brainard W.
Salik J. Scanning-electron-microscope study of normal-impingement erosion of ductile metals NASA Technical Paper Cleveland, Ohio, USA National.
This paper describes an experimental study on the wall-thinning rate in deep erosion by liquid droplet impingement (LDI) in a pipeline for application to nuclear/fossil power plant. The experiment is carried out in a spray jet apparatus, which allows the evaluation of local wall-thinning rate by the LDI erosion.
in Fig. 3 for solid particle erosion of the Inconel alloy. The Inconel alloy showed the lowest erosion rate at 90° impingement angle, while Inconel exhibited the highest erosion rate at 45° impingement angle for all test temperatures. This result is well-suits with the semi-ductile behavior of Inconel The unified damage.
The relatively cheap option of organic coatings tends to perform poorly under high energy solid particle impingement but have a use as corrosion barrier coatings within low energy flow components, see Percy [ 4 ], whereas ceramic materials are usually too expensive to use, except in particularly critical applications.
Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Heymann, F.J. On the time dependence of the rate of erosion due to impingement or cavitation.
In Erosion by Cavitation or Impingement, ASTM Special Technical Publication (); ASTM International: West Conshohocken, PA, USA, [Google Scholar] ASTM GAuthor: Mohamed Elhadi Ibrahim, Mamoun Medraj. Quasi static and dynamic experiments were conducted to characterise the mechanical response of Etnean volcanic sand.
Stress and strain histories were measured in near-uniaxial strain and near-uniaxial stress conditions at strain rates ranging between 510−4 and s−1 using bespoke experimental setups.
The effects of the lateral confinement and Cited by: 3. Time dependence of solid-particle impingement erosion of an aluminum alloy / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch ; [Springfield, Va.
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Walling, 4 books Daniel E. Lawson, 4 books Kevin M. Scott, 4 books United States. discussed. The erosion resistance of Inconel is compared with erosion resistance of other Ni and Fe-based alloys.
Introduction Solid Particle Erosion (SPE) is a loss of material during repetitive impacts of solid particles and one of the primary reasons for the damage of power generation components. To study the effects of bubbles (or cavities) collapse on a solid surface, a rotating disk device was used here to create bubbles (or bubbles) in water.
In the apparatus, these bubbles are led to collapse on the surface of carbon steel (commonly used in structures and machine impellers), and so related to higher costs for the hydraulic machines industry when damaged by such Author: Gil Bazanini, José Divo Bressan.Kocks et al.
() analyze formally how different strengthening mechanisms combine and behave over time and temperature. Alloy Designations Compositions of wrought aluminum alloys are registered with a four-digit code, by international agreement (Aluminum .number of electrons.
OFLD impedance. Warburg impedance a. Pa. Pc s. 8. CI contained corrosion product was observed.