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Исследование трибологических свойств рельсовых и колесных сталей

Фатих Бозкурт, Юмит Эр

Аннотация


Исследованы характеристики износостойкости сталей AISI 51B60H и 30MnB5 с различным содержанием углерода и бора. Проведен анализ микроструктуры и твердости сталей. Рассчитаны удельные скорости изнашивания в условиях сухого и влажного трения, определены коэффициенты трения. Изучены изношенные поверхности образцов рельса методами электронной микроскопии. Рассмотрена возможность использования борсодержащих сталей взамен стали R260, которая применяется для изготовления высокоскоростных железных дорог.

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износ рельса; мартенситные стали для рельсов; трибология рельса; борсодержащие стали; rail wear; martensitic steels for rails; tribology of rails; boron steels

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