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Accession Number:
ADD113516
Citation Status:
Active
Citation Classification:
Unclassified
Unclassified Title:
SOME EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON THE EROSION OF METALS,
Title Classification:
Unclassified
Personal Author(s):
Gat ,N.
Tabakoff,W.
Report Date:
01 Sep 1978
Media Count:
10 Page(s)
Report Classification:
Unclassified
Supplementary Note:
Copyright royalty payable to Copyright Clearance Center as 0043-1648/78/0050-0085$2.25.
Distribution Statement:
Wear, Vol. 50:1 Sep 78 pp. 85-94.
Abstract:
The effect of temperature from 32 to 400 F on erosion resistance was studied on lead, tantalum, tungsten, 2024, Ti-6Al-4V, and type 410 as a function of sand particle angle of impact and velocity. In general the erosion damage was dependent on angle of attack and the relationship of the test temperature and the thermal properties of the metal.
Abstract Classification:
Unclassified
Distribution Limitation(s):
01 - APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
21 - JOURNAL ARTICLES ANNOUNCEMENT ONLY
Document Location:
MIAC
IAC Assigned Accession Number:
MCIC-103650
IAC Document Type Code:
4
IAC Document Type
JOURNAL ARTICLES
IAC Subject Terms:
M--(U)EROSION RESISTANCE, TEMPERATURE EFFECT, 2024, ALUMINUM ALLOYS, AISI 410, STAINLESS STEEL, TI-6AL-4V, TITANIUM ALLOYS, IMPINGEMENT ANGLE, UNALLOYED TUNGSTEN, UNALLOYED TANTALUM, PARTICLE SIZE, PARTICLE VELOCITY, TEMP 100 TO 299 C, SAND EROSION, TEMP 0 TO 99 C.,;