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Volume 287, 20196th International BAPT Conference “Power Transmissions 2019”
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|Published online||14 August 2019|
Influence of remetalizer "Rimet" on treatment of the bearing alloy
Department of Agricultural Mechanization – Agricultural University - Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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At repair-restorely works exist technological influence on work surface of details, which sizable the intensive lower of running rubbing and wear out processes. Between rubbing surfaces begin forming of new layer with thickness in proportion of the wear out, in result of this the friction between the surfaces is decrease. This article present the influence of additive "Rimet" to variation of wear out, change of roughness and speed of wear out. The research are conducted on machine for rubbing and wear out "MRW-1", over rubbing couple in type "tempered steel - bearing alloy". At research are received datas for weight change on roll and bearing alloy AO-20 and BO-30. also the values of the change of the geometry of the rolls and the change of the rolls and bearing alloys roughness by several sections. The received results are giving possibility for rating of ongoing processes at using additive "Rimet" on tracking of treatment and wear out stability of rubbing couples from "shaft-bearing".
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