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The biomedical application of Ti after severe plastic deformation and thermal oxidation, especially the friction and wear properties of Ti

Wen, Ming and Li, Yuncang 2012, The biomedical application of Ti after severe plastic deformation and thermal oxidation, especially the friction and wear properties of Ti [data collection].


Field of Research 091207 Metals and Alloy Materials
Type of research activity Applied research
Name of data collection The biomedical application of Ti after severe plastic deformation and thermal oxidation, especially the friction and wear properties of Ti
Creator(s) Wen, Ming
Li, Yuncang
Contributor(s) Li, Yuncang
Date completed 2012-07-03
Embargo release date 2022-07-01
ANDS collection type dataset
Collection start date 2011-01-01
Collection end date 2013-01-01
Description of resource 1 SEM file, 1.doc file, 3 Origin files
Keyword(s) friction and wear properties
titanium
surface severe plastic deformation
Language eng
Summary Surface mechanical attrition treatment (SMAT), a novel surface severe plastic deformation method, was carried out for titanium (Ti) to create a gradient-structured Ti (SMAT Ti). The tribological behaviour was studied under different loads and dry sliding conditions. The results showed that the deformation layer of SMAT Ti was about 160 lm. The friction and wear results showed that the wear resistance of SMAT Ti was enhanced compared to the coarse-grained (CG) counterpart. SMAT Ti showed abrasive wear under 1 and 5 N, and exhibited abrasive and adhesive wear under 2 N. While CG Ti showed abrasive and adhesive wear under 1–2 N, and exhibited abrasive wear under 5 N for the work hardening effects.
General notes Size_OR_DURATION: 100MB.
Contact details (email) yuncang.li@deakin.edu.au
Contact details (physical) Li, Yuncang
Access conditions Access restrictions currently apply to the research data. Enquiries should be addressed via email to yuncang.li@deakin.edu.au
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30046072

Document type: Data Collection
Collection: Datasets collection
 
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