Abrasion resistant materials on Fe-base


  • W. Theisen Lehrstuhl Werkstofftechnik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 44801 Bochum, Germany, phone: +49(0)234-32-25964, fax: + 49(0)234-32-14104
DOI: https://doi.org/10.13154/icscm.3.2015.209-218
Keywords: Abrasion, wear mechanisms, metals, experimental investigation, simulation


Abrasion is one of the four main wear mechanisms that is determined in components being in contact
with mineral goods. Typical examples of use are found in the processing technology during
chopping up, classification, transport and storage of mineral goods as well as in contact of tools
with hard counterbodies like rock or concrete [1]. Characteristic for this kind of undesirable material
loss is a penetration of harder particles that, with movement relative to the surface, generate
grooving abrasion. Worn surfaces are characterized through indentation marks of mineral particles
and grooves which, in their geometry, are defined through the particle size, their form and through
the normal force in the tribological system.


How to Cite
Theisen, W. (2015). Abrasion resistant materials on Fe-base. International Conference on Stone and Concrete Machining (ICSCM), 3, 209–218. https://doi.org/10.13154/icscm.3.2015.209-218
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