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Variations in Dry Sliding Friction Coefficients with Velocity

Variations in Dry Sliding Friction Coefficients with Velocity James Moran1 *and Thawan Sucharitakul2 1 2Department of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Engineering Chiang Mai University Chiang Mai 50200 Thailand * Corresponding author: jamesdome eng cmu ac th Keywords:Dry sliding surfaces Kinetic Friction Variations Journal Bearings Hertzian

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Effects of friction type and humidity on

In all the sliding combinations of PA66 vs PTFE PA66 vs PET PA66 vs ABS ABS vs PTFE and PET vs PTFE there is a humidity where the sum of the absolute value of saturation charges shows its maximum When the humidity is increased from 0 to 10% the charge is definitely raised which means that atmospheric moisture enhances the charge generation by utilizing its ion

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PA6 PA66 PA6 10 PA6 12 Radilon

Radilon products feature the exceptional properties that are typical of polyamides such as high stiffness mechanical resistance and impact resistance particularly in a conditioned state on top of excellent wear resistance and flowability good electrical insulation and high chemical resistance combined with excellent workability using the most common process technologies

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Material Selection Guide

ABS is an amorphous polymer with good Impact Strength and excellent appearance It is easy to process and is widely used for computer housings small appliances automotive interior trim and medical components It is available in flame retardent grades and medical grades ABS has poor chemical resistance Tensile Strength Flexural Modulus

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PA6 PA66 PA6 10 PA6 12 Radilon

Radilon product characteristics Radilon offers one of the widest portfolios of polyamides available on the market encompassing compounds based on PA6 PA6 6 copolymer PA6 10 and PA6 12 as well as PPA and specialty PAs for high temperature applications Radilon polyamides are available in several versions: non-reinforced glass fibre- or mineral-reinforced impact modified and

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Effect of Texturing Patterns on Friction and Wear

Polyamide (PA66) an engineering thermoplastic polymer is having excellent balance of strength ductility and heat resistance However its application has been limited due to poor wear and abrasion resistance The wear resistance can be significantly improved

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EPP Nylon PA66 Unfilled extruded (ASTM Data)

EPP Nylon PA66 Unfilled extruded (ASTM Data) Coefficient of Friction 0 25 0 25 Dry vs Steel QTM55007 K (wear) Factor 161 x 10-8 mm/N-M 80 0 x 10-10 in-min/ft-lb-hr QTM 55010 Limiting Pressure Velocity 0 0946 MPa-m/sec 2700 psi-ft/min 4:1 safety factor QTM 55007 Electrical Properties Metric English Comments Surface Resistivity per Square = 1 00e+13

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The Best Plastic Materials for High Friction Applications

"The world is wide and I will not waste my life in friction when it could be turned into momentum "- Frances E Willard Plastic materials work well in applications where friction resistance is important Friction is a natural resistance to sliding motion between two surfaces It is quantitatively described by dynamic and static coefficients These provide an estimate of

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Difference Between Polypropylene and Nylon

Difference Between Polypropylene and Nylon May 30 2012 Posted by Dunee Polypropylene vs Nylon Polymers are large molecules which has the same structural unit repeating over and over The repeating units are called monomers These monomers are bonded to each other with covalent bonds to form a polymer They have a high molecular weight and

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EPP Nylon PA66 Unfilled extruded (ASTM Data)

EPP Nylon PA66 Unfilled extruded (ASTM Data) Coefficient of Friction 0 25 0 25 Dry vs Steel QTM55007 K (wear) Factor 161 x 10-8 mm/N-M 80 0 x 10-10 in-min/ft-lb-hr QTM 55010 Limiting Pressure Velocity 0 0946 MPa-m/sec 2700 psi-ft/min 4:1 safety factor QTM 55007 Electrical Properties Metric English Comments Surface Resistivity per Square = 1 00e+13

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EPP Nylon PA66 Unfilled extruded (ASTM Data)

EPP Nylon PA66 Unfilled extruded (ASTM Data) Coefficient of Friction 0 25 0 25 Dry vs Steel QTM55007 K (wear) Factor 161 x 10-8 mm/N-M 80 0 x 10-10 in-min/ft-lb-hr QTM 55010 Limiting Pressure Velocity 0 0946 MPa-m/sec 2700 psi-ft/min 4:1 safety factor QTM 55007 Electrical Properties Metric English Comments Surface Resistivity per Square = 1 00e+13

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The Best Plastic Materials for High Friction Applications

"The world is wide and I will not waste my life in friction when it could be turned into momentum "- Frances E Willard Plastic materials work well in applications where friction resistance is important Friction is a natural resistance to sliding motion between two surfaces It is quantitatively described by dynamic and static coefficients These provide an estimate of energy

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PA6 PA66 PA6 10 PA6 12 Radilon

Radilon product characteristics Radilon offers one of the widest portfolios of polyamides available on the market encompassing compounds based on PA6 PA6 6 copolymer PA6 10 and PA6 12 as well as PPA and specialty PAs for high temperature applications Radilon polyamides are available in several versions: non-reinforced glass fibre- or mineral-reinforced impact modified and

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Static and Dynamic Friction of Pure and Friction

The main mechanisms determining friction forces (and subsequently friction coefficients) for polymers are adhesion and deformation as schematically shown in Figure1 Depending on the polymer and on its adhesive and mechanical properties the friction force has a strong dependency on surface roughness and normal load

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Plastics good for friction wear and bearings

Plastics good for friction wear and bearings Friction is the resistance to relative motion between two surfaces The lower the coefficient of friction is the easier it is for the two surfaces to slide over each other Friction causes wear and tear which reduces the lifetime of a material This can affect product efficiency and decrease

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An Engineer's Guide to Specify the Right Thermoplastic

Resistance Excellent Abrasion Resistance Good Flow in Thin Mold Sections Poor Dimensions – PP -- Low Density Better Thermal Resistance Than PE Living Hinge Capable Brittle Low Temperatures Low Cost – HDPE -- Good Low Temp Impact Performance (Tg = -770C vs -90C for PP) Low Cost

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DuPont™ Zytel Product guide and properties

Product guide and properties – Good abrasion and chemical resistance Properties such as melting point moisture absorption and modulus of elasticity are primarily determined by the type of nylon In addition nylons can be readily modified and rein- ZYTEL 101L Lubricated PA66

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