Author: Yu. V. Vodzinskii and D. M. Shvartz; Translated from Stanki i Instrument, 1948, No. 10, p. 7-9 by BCIRA (Sept., 1968)
Experiments on the anti-friction properties of cast iron Ts- 1 and bronzes OTsS-6-6-3 and OF-10-1 have shown that: The wear, as expressed by weight, of both cast iron and bronze test pieces, becomes stabilized after a period of time. The amounts of wear determined on the bronze and cast iron samples do not differ from those given in the literature. The grades of bronze tested are, in absolute values of wear, no worse than those of imported bronze containing 14% in. There is no significant increase in wear as the specific load on the test pieces is increased. The hardness of the mated test piece has a more significant influence on wear (the test was carried out using cast iron samples). The wear of cast iron test pieces was not altered when the mated steel test pieces contained 1% Cr (steel grade 40 Kh). The coefficients of friction and wear intensity fall with an increase in specific load on the sample.
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