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As discussed above, the dominant wear mechanism transforms from adhesive wear to abrasive wear after incorporation of Zr[B.sub.2] particles.
It was apparent that the carbide reinforcements led to a significant reduction in wear rate of the composites throughout abrasive wear. Furthermore, the wear rate was reduced by the increase of the carbides ratio in the matrix which was demonstrated by the abrasive tests.
It is possible to note in Figure 5 that the highest resistance to abrasive wear was obtained by the SAE 8620 steel, which was 500% more resistant than gray cast iron and 295% more resistant than nodular cast iron, for concentrations of 1 g [L.sup.-1].
Another replacement of the rubber wheel with a steel one is shown in [20-23] for ceramic materials utilized in high ambient temperature and strongly exposed abrasive wear like plants in steel industry.
Boron carbide is a very hard material that provides excellent resistance to abrasive wear. It is also used as a thermal-neutron absorber.
As illustrated in Figure 15, the D2 flat punch has the most severe wear among test punches including prominent abrasive wear, material chip-out and tear conditions.
Abrasive wear: This type of wear is characterized by loss soft material due to sliding of hard and rough surface against it.
In mining and mineral processing, a primary cause of downtime is related to abrasive wear and its effect on process equipment.
Abrasive wear occurred during the impact between the bit and the rock in the formation [3].
In mining and ore processing, a primary cause of downtime is related to abrasive wear and its effect on process equipment.
Song et al [3] reported changes of abrasive wear resistance of aluminium based composites when subjected to different ageing conditions.