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Accession Number:
ADD119019
Citation Status:
Active
Citation Classification:
Unclassified
Unclassified Title:
Effects of Temperature on the Behavior of Metals Under Erosion by Particulate Matter,
Title Classification:
Unclassified
Personal Author(s):
Gat,N.
Tabakoff,W.
Report Date:
01 Jul 1980
Media Count:
10 Page(s)
Report Classification:
Unclassified
Distribution Statement:
Journal of Testing and Evaluation, Vol. 8:4 Jul 80 pp. 177-186. (No copies furnished by MCIC/DTIC/NTIS.)
Abstract:
The effect of temperature on the erosion of metals by solid particles is studied. Properties that, as the temperature increases, decrease the metals' resistance to erosion (Type I) are identified, as are other properties that increase their resistance to erosion (Type II). The removal of erosive material is accomplished through the simultaneous action of several mechanisms. Under given test conditions (such as angle of impact, particle shape, and hardness) one mechanism is likely to dominate. Whether erosion increases or decreases as the temperature increases depends on the dominant erosion mechanism because some mechanisms are affected by Type I factors while others are affected by Type II factors. This dependence may change, however, at various ranges of the temperature scale. At homologous temperatures (the ratio between the actual temperature of the material and its melting temperature, in absolute degrees) above 0.5, Type II factors dominate most erosion mechanisms. Of particular interest are the brittle-to-ductile transition temperature and the recrystallization temperature.
Abstract Classification:
Unclassified
Distribution Limitation(s):
01 - APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
21 - JOURNAL ARTICLES ANNOUNCEMENT ONLY
Document Location:
MIAC
IAC Assigned Accession Number:
MCIC-110819
IAC Document Type Code:
4
IAC Document Type
JOURNAL ARTICLES
IAC Subject Terms:
M--(U)EROSION RESISTANCE, TEMPERATURE EFFECT, ALUMINUM ALLOYS, 2024, STAINLESS STEEL, AISI 410, AISI 304, TITANIUM ALLOYS, TI-6AL-4V, UNALLOYED LEAD, TANTALUM, UNALLOYED TUNGSTEN, NICKEL ALLOYS, INCONEL 718, BERYLLIUM COPPER, COPPER ALLOYS, DENSITY, CRYSTAL STRUCTURE, RECRYSTALLIZATION, TRANSITION TEMPERATURE, IMPACT TEST.,;