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      Investigation of the abrasive wear behavior of an aluminum alloy and its Al 2O 3 particle reinforced composite by statistical analysis Translated title: Untersuchung des abrasiven Verschleißverhaltens einer Aluminiumlegierung und ihres Al 2O 3-Partikel-verstärkten Komposits mittels statistischer Analyse

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          This experimental investigation deals with the evaluation of abrasive wear behavior of Al alloy and Al 2O 3 particle reinforced Al alloy metal matrix composites on a pin-on-disc test rig, where the specimens were slided against a 600 grade SiC P emery paper. The specimen preparation and experimentation have been carried out according to the ASTM G-99 standard. A plan of experiments based on the Taguchi design of experiments was developed to acquire data in controlled way. An orthogonal array and the analysis of variance were employed to investigate the percentage of contribution of various process parameters like sliding speed, applied load, sliding distance and their interactions affecting the abrasive wear volume loss of the materials. The correlations between the various factors affecting the abrasive wear behavior of composites were obtained by using multiple linear regression equations. The experimental results showed that the sliding distance has more contribution on the abrasive wear followed by applied load for both materials. The predicted volume loss of the specimens was found to lie close to that of the experimentally observed ones.

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          Die diesem Beitrag zugrunde liegende experimentelle Untersuchung behandelt die Evaluation des Abrasivverschleißverhaltens einer Aluminiumlegierung und eines mit Al 2O 3-Partikeln verstärkten Metallmatrix-Komposits im Stift-Scheibe-Versuch, wobei die Proben gegen ein 600 × SiC P-Sandpapier gerieben wurden. Die Probenvorbereitung und die Experimente wurden nach dem Standard ASTM G-99 durchgeführt. Hierzu wurde ein Versuchsplan basierend auf dem Taguchi-Experimentdesign durchgeführt, um die Daten durch ein kontrolliertes Verfahren zu ermitteln. Ein orthogonales Array und eine Varianzanalyse wurden durchgeführt, um den prozentualen Beitrag der verschiedenen Prozessparameter, wie zum Beispiel die Schleifgeschwindigkeit, die aufgebrachte Kraft, und die Schleifdistanz, sowie ihre Wechselwirkungen auf den Abrasivverschleißvolumensverlust des Komposits, zu untersuchen. Die Korrelationen zwischen den verschiedenen Faktoren, die das Abrasivverschleißverhalten der Komposite beeinflussen, wurden mittels multipler linearer Regressionsanalyse ermittelt. Die experimentellen Ergebnisse zeigen, dass die Schleifdistanz einen größeren Beitrag zum Abrasivverschleiß beider Materialien liefert, gefolgt von der aufgebrachten Kraft. Der vorhergesagte Volumenverlust der Proben war annähernd so groß wie die experimentell beobachteten Verluste.

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                Journal
                mp
                Materials Testing
                Carl Hanser Verlag
                0025-5300
                2195-8572
                2 March 2016
                : 58
                : 3
                : 231-237
                Affiliations
                1 Karnataka, India
                Author notes
                [* ] Correspondence Address, S. Manjunath Yadav, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Government Engineering College, Huvinahadagali, 583219, Karnataka, India. E-mail: manjunathyadavs@ 123456gmail.com

                S. Basavarajappa is Professor and Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, University B. D. T. College of Engineering, Davangere, India. His areas of research interests include material science, material characterization, composites, tribology and machining.

                S. Manjunath Yadav is Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Government Engineering college, Huvinahadagali, Bellary District, India. His current area of research is material characterization, fatigue and fracture mechanics, composites, tribology.

                Chakrasali Chandrakumar is Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Proudadevaraya Institute of Technology, Hospet, Bellary District, India. His current area of research is composites, fatigue and fracture mechanics as well as tribology.

                K. V. Arun is Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Government Engineering College, Haveri, India. His current area of research is fatigue and fracture mechanics, composites, coatings as well as tribology.

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                MP110847
                10.3139/120.110847
                c17f508b-be92-4712-a9c4-775887f90e14
                © 2016, Carl Hanser Verlag, München
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                References: 28, Pages: 7
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                Materials technology,Materials characterization,Materials science
                Materials technology, Materials characterization, Materials science

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