Lopes H.S.M.,Sorocaba Technological College |
Moreto J.A.,Federal Institute Goiano IF Goiano |
Manfrinato M.D.,Sorocaba Technological College |
Da Cruz N.C.,São Paulo State University |
And 3 more authors.
Materials Research | Year: 2016
P20 steel, which is mainly used in plastic molds, was thermochemically treated by ion plasma nitriding and solid and gas carburization. In this work, the solid and gas carburization were performed at 925 °C for four different durations. The ion plasma nitriding was performed at 520 °C for four different durations. The thermochemical treatment increased the micro abrasive wear resistance of the studied material. The gas carburizing treatment resulted in a greater surface microhardness. Longer treatment times increased the effectiveness of the thickness layer in all cases. The solid carburization produced a larger thickness layer than the gas carburization and ion nitriding.
De Almeida Rosa A.G.,Sorocaba Technological College FATEC |
De Almeida Rosa A.G.,Federal University of São Carlos |
Moreto J.A.,Federal Institute Goiano if Goiano |
Manfrinato M.D.,Sorocaba Technological College FATEC |
And 2 more authors.
Materials Research | Year: 2014
The friction and wear properties of AISI 1045 steel, nylon 6.6 composites with different types and percentages of reinforcement and a nitrile rubber, Alpha 66, were submitted to sliding wear tests. The five types of nylon 6.6 composites tested generated matching, low values for the coefficient of friction. This may be due to the greater influence of the nylon 6.6 matrix on the coefficient of friction. However, the wear in nylon composites showed wide variation, determined by the type of reinforcement added to the composite. The other two materials tested, nitrile rubber and 1045 steel, showed behavior different from that of the composites. The NBR (signifying a norm established by the Brazilian Association of Technical Norms) rubber showed a superior coefficient of friction and greater wear. On the other hand, the steel showed a high coefficient of friction and low wear, suggesting that the coefficient of friction has no direct connection to the wear resistance of the materials studied here.