Wear Studies of Gel Cast Silicon Nitride Ceramics and Effect of Wear Parameters by Anova
K. Shanthan Kumar, K. Vijay Kumar
Corresponding Author : K. Vijay Kumar,
Samskruti College of Engineering & Technology, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad, India.
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Received : 2015-01-01 Accepted : 2015-02-11 Published : 2015-02-11
Abstract : Amongst a broad group of engineering ceramic materials which combine low density with very good mechanical properties in a wide temperature ranges, nitrides are of particular importance. Tribological component materials demanding high reliability in the use are presently available and might be applied in various severe wear, thermal and mechanical applications. In the Present work aims to preparation of silicon nitride wear samples by gel casting method and it continues to determination of affect of input parameters sliding distance, sliding speed and load applied on the output wear rate of silicon nitride ceramics. An attempt has been made to study the effect of wear parameters like applied load, sliding speed and sliding distance on the dry sliding wear of Silicon nitride ceramics. Wear tests of the Silicon nitride ceramics are carried out on pin-on-disc wear testing machine by varying the sliding speed (1m/s, 2m/s and 3m/s), sliding distance (600m, 1000m, 1200m, 1500m and 1800m) and applied load( 20N, 30N and 40N). The effect of these parameters on wear rate has been determined by using ANOVA analysis.
Keywords : ceramic material, silicon nitride, gelcasting, pin-on-disc wear testing machine
Citation : K. Vijay Kumar. et all., (2015) Wear Studies of Gel Cast Silicon Nitride Ceramics and Effect of Wear Parameters by Anova. J. of Advancement in Engineering and Technology. V2I3. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.891492
Copyright : © 2015 K. Vijay Kumar. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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