Tribology Mechanism Analysis of the Effect of Manufacturing Processes and Metallurgy on the Wear Behavior of Materials
H. Salimi, A.R. Shamshiri
wear is a continuous and undesirable drop in the surfaces of the involved parts, resulting in a relative motion between them. In conventional conditions, wear is a result of the concentration of excessive tension between the two contact nodes, which is achieved by vertical and tangential forces (friction). In general, the type of relative motion determines the wear process, while the wear mechanisms depend on the energy interactions and the material between the components of the tribosystem. The purpose of this paper is to The tribology mechanism analysis of the effect of manufacturing processes and metallurgy on the wear behavior of materials. In this regard, the concept of tribology, the goals of tribology and tribocism were examined. In the next part, the wear factors and other parts of the process and mechanisms of the 7th wear (Abrasive Wear, Adhesive Wear, and Sheet wear, Tribo Chemical Wear, Fretting Wear, Surface Fatigue Wear and Erosive Wear) were analyzed. In this regard, the library method and the snapping tool were used. In a general summary of wear and tribology systems, the result was obtained that the nine factors; time, speed, velocity and slip; temperature; forces between components; applied load; surface geometry; surface quality and surface finish; Physical, thermal and chemical properties of the lubricant used to reduce friction; the material of the parts under wear; mechanical, thermal, chemical and metallurgy; environmental conditions; useful parameters affecting the wear mechanism, the severity of its degradation, and the strength and resistive force.