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Volume 298, 2019International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2019)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||18 November 2019|
Analysis of operating conditions of heavy-loaded and heat-stressed friction units of powerful internal combustion engines and development of copper nanocomposite powder materials for them
Chuvash State University, Joint R&D Laboratories of mechanically alloyed nanocomposite Materials, their Technology and Quality, 428015 Cheboksary, Moscovsky Prospekt 15, Russia
2 Arloid Automation Pte Ltd., 018982 Singapore, Marina Boulevard 12, Singapore
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article provides analysis of operating conditions for the «valve – valve guide» heavy-loaded and heat-stressed friction unit of the gas distribution mechanism of powerful internal combustion engines and establishes requirements to materials for valve guides. It describes nanoc omposite materials based on copper powder with aluminum, carbon, iron and oxygen additives developed by the authors of the present article. The reactionary mechanical alloying method and powder metallurgy technologies in use made it possible to develop materials having a dispersion-strengthened structure with nano-disperse level sizes of structural components (dispersoids, subgrains). They have a recrystallization temperature of over 950оС, good therm-conductivity, a low linear thermal expansion coefficient and excellent tribotechnical properties. For example, a copper nanocomposite material containing 0.9 wt % aluminum, 0.3 wt % carbon, 0.4 wt % iron and 0.017 wt % oxygen, by its tribotechnical properties, greatly surpasses CuNi2Si (F65 DIN 17666) bronze widely used by many leading engine-making companies for production of valve guides. By their properties, the developed materials meet requirements that have to be imposed on modern and promising materials for valve guides of powerful internal combustion engines.
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