Tribological evaluation of PS300

a new chrome oxide based solid lubricant coating sliding against A1₂0₃ from 25 to 650⁰C
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Tribology., Solid lubricants., High temperature., Heat resistant alloys., Chromium oxides., Aluminum ox
Other titlesNew chrome oxide based solid lubricant coating sliding against A1₂0₃ from 25 to 650⁰C.
StatementD. DellaCorte and J.A. Laskowski.
SeriesNASA TM -- 107163., NASA technical memorandum -- 107163.
ContributionsLaskowski, J. A., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15496469M

Triboiogical Evaluation of PS A New Chrome Oxide Based Solid Lubricant Coating Sliding Against A from 25 to °C by C. DellaCorte, NASA LeRC J.A. Laskowski, Parks College for Joint Tribology Conference ABSTRACT This paper presents the tribological characteristics of A sliding against PS; a chrome oxide based self lubricating coating.

Tribological evaluation of PS a new chrome oxide based solid lubricant coating sliding against A1₂0₃ from 25 to °C. PS is similar to PS, a chromium carbide based coating; which is currently being investigated for a variety of tribological applications.

In pin-on-disk testing up to {degrees}C, PS exhibited comparable friction and wear properties to PS Tribological evaluation of PS A new chrome oxide based solid lubricant coating sliding against Al2O3 From 25 to C. By C.

DellaCorte and J. Laskowski. Abstract. This paper presents the tribological characteristics of Al sliding against PS; a chrome oxide based self lubricating coating.

Al pins were slid against PS coated Author: C. DellaCorte and J. Laskowski. PS is similar to PS, a chromium carbide based coating; which is currently being investigated for a variety of tribological applications.

In pin-on-disk testing up to {degrees}C, PS exhibited comparable friction and wear properties to PSAuthor: C. DellaCorte and B.J. Edmonds. DellaCorte, Tribological evaluation of PS a new chrome oxide based solid lubricant coating sliding against Al 2 O 3 from 25 to °C.

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A two volume set, the Modern Tribology Handbook reports on the current state-of-the-field as it reflects these developments, including all industrial. This paper introduces PS, a plasma sprayed, self-lubricating composite coating for use in sliding contacts at temperatures to C.

PS is a metal bonded. Dellacorte, C. and Laskowski, J. A. (), “Tribological evaluation of PS A new chrome oxide-based solid lubricant coating sliding against Al 2 O 3 from 25 °C to °C,” Tribol.

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