ASTM G – Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. ASTM G 2. Referenced Documents ASTM Standards: B Test Method for Dynamic Coefficient of Friction and. Wear of Sintered Metal Friction Materials Under Dry. ASTM G Standard Guide for Measuring and Reporting Friction Coefficients.
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Standard Guide for Measuring and Reporting Friction Coefficients
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ASTM G – 04 Standard Guide for Measuring and Reporting Friction Coefficients
The usual manifestation is a cycling decrease andsubsequent increase in the friction force as sliding proceeds Fig. Each triboelementcontains one or more tribosurfaces. G 40 — Summary of Guide 4.
Any of asfm listed tests or other acceptedtests may be used. General friction testing precautions are citedand a prescribed method of recording friction data is recom-mended.
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This guide is intended to promote the use of thisstandard reporting system and standard friction test methods. The overall goal of this guide is to provide a reporting formatthat will enable computer databases to be readily established. These databases can be searched for material couples andtribosystems of interest.
Weartest machines are often equipped with sensors to measurefriction forces also. The appropriate device to use is the onethat closely simulates a tribosystem of interest. Other important factors to simulate arenormal force contact pressurevelocity, type of motion reciprocating versus unidirectional and environment.
If an application involves materialssuch as friction composites, one of the brake type dynamom-eter tests may be appropriate. This breakaway force is commonlyused to calculate static friction Fig. In this case an elastic frictionmeasuring system would be appropriate. When pulling a steelcable over the same roll, it would be more appropriate to use astiff testing system. In addition, elastic beams containing straingages may produce different friction responses than a more rigid load celleven if used on the same friction testing machine.
Test surfaces that are prone to blocking or interlock-ing of surface features are particularly prone to showing abreakaway force spike. Blocking is a term used to describe thetendency of some plastic materials to stick to each other afterlong periods of contact.
Plasticizer migration can be the cause. Standard Costing Jul 25, April Current version: Friction Wear Force Abrasive Shoe. We Need Your Support.
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