Synthesis and Tribological Applications of Hybrid Materials (E-Book, PDF)

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ISBN/EAN: 9783527808618
Sprache: Englisch
Umfang: 248 S., 14.97 MB
Auflage: 1. Auflage 2018
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In-depth knowledge on tribological applications of hybrid composites Synthesis and Tribological Applications of Hybrid Materials provides a comprehensive overview of tribological properties of hybrid composites. The book offers an understanding of the processes, materials, techniques and mechanisms related to the tribological concepts and includes information on the most recent developments in the field. With contributions from an international panel of experts, the book discusses the synthesis and characterization of hybrid materials, as well as their applications in biotechnological and biomedical fields. The book covers a wide-range of versatile topics such as: Tribological assessment on accelerated aging bones in polymeric condition; Nano fracture and wear testing on natural bones; Tribological behaviour of glass fiber with fillers reinforced hybrid polymer composites and jute/glass hybrid composites; Wear properties of glass fiber hybrid, and acid- and silane-modified CNT filled hybrid glass/kenaf epoxy composites; Hybrid natural fibre composites as a friction material; and much more. This important resource: -Discusses recent advancements in the field of tribology and hybrid materials -Offers a guide for professionals in the fields of materials science, mechanical engineering, biomaterials, chemistry, physics and nanotechnology -Integrates theory, synthesis and properties of nybrid materals as well as their applications -Offers an outlook to the future of this burgeoning technology Written for materials scientists, surface chemists, bioengineers, mechanical engineers, engineering scientists and chemical industry professionals, Synthesis and Tribological Applications of Hybrid Materials is a comprehensive resource that explores the most recent developments in the field.
Mohammad Jawaid, PhD,is an associate professor at the Biocomposite Technology Laboratory, Institute of Tropical Forestry and Forest Products (INTROP), Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.Rajini Nagarajan, PhD,is a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kalasalingam University, Tamil Nadu, India.Jacob Sukumaran, PhD,is a researcher at the Soete Laboratory at Ghent University, Belgium.Patrick De Baets,is a professor in the Department of Electrical Energy, Systems and Automation at Ghent University, Belgium.
Preface xi1 Tribological Assessment on Accelerated Aging Bones in Polymeric Condition 1
Ramdziah M. Nasir, Law C. Gan, and Abdul Y. Saad1.1 Introduction 11.2 Bone 21.3 Methodology 41.3.1 Phase I: Planning 41.3.2 Phase II: Design of Experiment 51.3.3 Phase III: Conduct of Experiment 51.3.4 Phase IV: Observation and Analysis 81.4 Results and Discussion 91.4.1 Accelerated Weathering Study 91.4.2 Effects of Increase in Temperature and Decrease in Relative Humidity (RH) on Maximum Load Withstood by Bone 121.4.3 Comparison of Bovine and Goat Bone Strength at Normal and Increased Temperatures 151.5 Conclusion 281.A Relative Humidity Chart 28References 292 Nanofracture and Wear Testing on Natural Bones 33
Ramdziah M. Nasir, Muhammad A.A. Muhmad, and Abdul Y. Saad2.1 Introduction 332.2 Methodology 382.3 Results and Discussion 422.4 Conclusion 51References 513 Tribological Behaviors of Glass Fiber with Fillers Reinforced Hybrid Polymer Composites 53
T. P. Sathishkumar3.1 Introduction 533.2 Wear and Mechanisms of Wear 543.2.1 Adhesion Wear 543.2.2 Abrasive Wear 543.3 Tribo Wear Test Methods 553.3.1 Wear and Friction Test Using Pin?on?disk 553.3.2 Wear and Friction Test Using Ball?on?disk 573.4 Tribo Characterization Hybrid Polymer Composites 573.4.1 Polyamide 6 and HDPE Glass Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Composites 573.4.2 Silicon Carbide, Graphite Particle, and Glass Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Composites 623.4.3 Case Study 673.5 Conclusion 69References 704 Tribological Characterization of Jute/Glass Hybrid Composites 71
Narayanan Venkateshwaran, Aziz Alavudeen, and Vajjiram Santhanam4.1 Introduction 714.2 Materials and Method 724.3 Results and Discussion 744.4 Micrograph Analysis 774.5 Conclusions 79References 805 Glass Fiber Hybrid Effects in Assessing the Abrasive Wear Mechanisms of Naturally Woven Fabric/Polymer Composites Under Dry Conditions 83
Irulappasamy Siva, Manoharan Thirukumaran, Jebas T.W. Jappes, Bhimappa Suresha, Subramaniyan A. Kumar, and Buradagunta R. Sunil5.1 Introduction 835.2 Experimental Details 845.2.1 Fiber and Matrix 845.2.2 Fiber Surface Treatment 845.2.3 Composite Fabrication 855.2.4 Mechanical Testing 855.2.5 Abrasive Wear Test 865.3 Results and Discussion 875.3.1 Mechanical Properties 875.3.2 Hardness (Shore?D) of Composites 885.3.3 Specific Wear Rate 885.4 Conclusion 93Acknowledgement 94References 946 Wear Properties of Acid and Silane Modified CNT Filled Hybrid Glass/ Kenaf Epoxy Composites 97
Napisah Sapiai, Aidah Jumahat, and Jamaluddin Mahmud6.1 Introduction 976.2 Methodology 996.2.1 Materials 996.2.2 Fabrication of Epoxy/Kenaf/Glass Fiber/CNT Composites 1006.2.2.1 Acid Treatment and Silane Modification Process on CNT 1006.2.2.2 Fabrication of the Composites 1006.2.3 Abrasive Wear Test 1006.2.4 Characterization of the Abraded Surface of the Composites 1016.3 Results and Discussion 1016.3.1 The Effect of Incorporating PCNT to Hybrid Glass/Kenaf Composites on the Wear Properties of the Composites 1016.3.2 The Effect of Incorporating ACNT and SCNT to Glass/Kenaf Composite on the Wear Properties of the Composites 1076.4 Conclusion 111Acknowledgement 112References 1127 Hybrid Natural Fiber Composites as a Friction Material 115
Patric D. Neis and Ney F. Ferreira7.1 Friction Material Components 1157.1.1 Friction Materials Requirements 1167.1.2 Braking Test Procedures 1177.2 Natural Fibers Used in Friction Materials Composites 118References 1358 Comparative Wear Model on Hybrid Natural Fiber Composites as Substitutions for UHMWPE Made Knee Implants 139
Gusztáv Fekete and Mátyás Andó8.1 Introduction 1398.1.1 Basics of Reinforced Polymers, Composites, and Their Testing 1398.1.2 Classification of Polymers 1398.1.3 Classification of Composites 1428.1.4 Basics of Tribo?testing 1458.1.5 Hybrid Natural Fiber Composites and Their Possible Use in Total Knee Replacements (TKR) 1478.2 Aims 1488.3 Methods 1498.3.1 Wear Modeling 1498.3.2 Force Modeling for Wear Equation 1508.3.3 SlideRoll Modeling for Wear Equation 1528.4 Results 1578.5 Discussion 158Acknowledgments 159References 1599 Fabrication and Tribological Behavior of Epoxy Hybrid Composites 163
Bheemappa Suresha and Rajashekaraiah Hemanth9.1 Introduction 1639.1.1 Matrix Material 1639.1.2 Reinforcements 1649.1.2.1 Fiber Reinforcements 1649.1.2.2 Particulate Reinforcements 1669.1.3 Friction and Wear 1679.2 Materials and Methods 1689.2.1 Matrix Material 1689.2.2 Reinforcement Materials 1689.2.3 Particulate Fillers 1699.2.3.1 Molybdenum Disulfide 1709.2.3.2 Aluminum Oxide 1709.2.4 Composite Fabrication 1719.2.5 Dry Sliding Wear Test 1729.2.6 Three?Body Abrasive Wear Test 1749.3 Results and Discussion 1769.3.1 Dry Sliding Wear Performance of Carbon?Epoxy Composites 1769.3.1.1 Wear Volume Loss 1769.3.1.2 Specific Wear Rate 1799.3.1.3 Coefficient of Friction 1819.3.1.4 Worn Surface Morphology 1839.3.2 Abrasive Wear Performance 1849.3.2.1 Abrasive Wear Volume Loss 1849.3.2.2 Specific Wear Rate 1869.3.2.3 Consequences of Factors on Wear Volume Loss 1879.3.2.4 Worn Surface Morphology 1889.4 Conclusions 192References 19310 Dry Sliding Wear Behavior of Copper Based Hybrid Metal Matrix Composite 197
Ponnambalam Balamurugan, Marimuthu Uthayakumar, and Sundaresan Thirumalai Kumaran10.1 Introduction 19710.2 Materials and Methods 20010.2.1 Materials 20010.2.2 Preparation of the Composite by Powder Metallurgy Process 20110.2.3 Wear Studies 20210.3 Results and Discussion 20310.4 Conclusion 210References 21111 Morphological Examination of Worn out Surfaces of Basalt Fiber?PEI Composites with Varying Loading Conditions 215
Kalimuthu Mayandi, Subramanian Karthikeyan, Nagarajan Rajini, and Azeez B. Alavudeen11.1 Introduction 21511.2 Materials Used 21611.3 Fabrication of the Composite Materials 21611.4 Testing of Composite Materials 21711.4.1 Density Test 21711.4.2 Hardness Test 21711.4.3 Wear Test 21711.5 Results and Discussion 21811.5.1 Wear Performance of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composite 21811.5.2 Morphological Analysis of Worn out Samples 22111.6 Conclusions 223References 225Index 227

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