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Title: Studies on wear behaviour of Flyash cenosphere filled carbon Fabric reinforced polymer composites
Researcher: Arivalagan P
Guide(s): Chandramohan G
Keywords: Fabric reinforced epoxy matrix composites
Tribological components
Upload Date: 10-Apr-2015
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 01/10/2014
Abstract: Polymer and polymer composites are increasingly used in various newlineindustrial applications such as aerospace automotive and chemical industries due to their high strength to weight ratio in comparison to classic materials Attention newlineof the academia and industry on material properties is largely focused on the newlinemechanics of wear which is causing loss to the industry these days Many newlinetribological components such as bearings impellers cams driving wheels bolts newlinenuts seals bushes and gears are used in machinery Work done in overcoming newlinefriction in mechanical components is dissipated as heat and its reduction will lead newlineto an increase in overall efficiency The energy losses in these tribological newlinecomponents can be reduced drastically by selecting a suitable polymer with newlinedifferent reinforcements and fillers newlineAn inclusive literature review was carried out to decide the choice of newlinematrix and reinforcement materials The current work focuses on investigating newlinethe use of flyash cenosphere particulates on the tribological characteristics such newlineas friction and wear and mechanical characteristics such as tensile and flexural newlinestrength of carbon fabric reinforced epoxy matrix composites newline newline
Pagination: xxvii, 162p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

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