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Abrasive Wear Assessment of X70 Steel and Polyurethane Coupons on a Modified Dry/Sand Rubber Wheel ApparatusDownload
An experimental study was conducted to assess the scratching abrasion in dry and wet environments on X-70 steel and five different types of titanium carbide particulate polyurethane composites (PU). A testing apparatus was constructed based on the dry sand rubber wheel test method standardized by...
In the oil sands industry alone a single ultra-class shovel tip can lose more than 35 kg of steel mass in one operating day. When the downtime to change a set of GET on a shovel is performed frequently, it can add up to significant loss in shovel availability, not to mention the loss of tip,...
Chrome carbide samples prepared using submerged arc welding procedures were subjected to physical abrasion testing in a modified machine similar to the ASTM G65 standard, in an investigation of media particle shape contribution to abrasive wear. The primary intent of this study was to determine...