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FRICTION AND WEAR BEHAVIORS OF A HIGH NITROGEN AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL Fe-19Cr-15Mn-0.66N.

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    • Alternate Title:
      PONAŠANJE AUSTENITNOG NERĐAJUĆEG ČELIKA SA VISOKIM SADRŽAJEM AZOTA Fe-19Cr-15Mn-0.66N PRI TRENJU I HABANJU. (Spanish)
    • Abstract:
      The friction and wear behaviors of a Fe-19Cr-15Mn-0.66N high nitrogen austenitic stainless steel (HNSS) were investigated. Tribological investigations were carried out under different applied loads of 5 N, 10 N, 15 N, and 20 N. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) and laser scanning confocal microscope (LSCM) were used to understand the wear mechanisms under different loads and the reasons for the improved wear resistance. The lower friction coefficient and improved wear resistance were observed with the increase in applied loads. Under a higher load, the friction enhanced the work hardening ability of HNSS, which in turn improved its surface hardness and thus the increased wear resistance of HNSS. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      Istraživano je ponašanje austenitnog nerđajućeg čelika (HNSS) sa visokim sadržajem azota Fe-19Cr-15Mn-0.66N pri trenju i habanju. Tribološka ispitivanja su izvršena pod različitim opterećenjima od 5 N, 10 N, 15 N i 20 N. Da bi se razumeo mehanizam habanja pod različitim opterećenjima kao i razlozi za veću otpornost na habanje korišćeni su elektronski skenirajući mikroskop (SEM) i konfokalni lasersko-skenirajući mikroskop (LSMC). Uočeni su niži koeficijent trenja i veća otpornost na habanje sa povećanjem opterećenja. Pod većim opterećenjem, trenje je povećalo sposobnost očvršćavanja HNSS što je poboljšalo njegovu površinsku tvrdoću, i na taj način otpornost na habanje HNSS je porasla. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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