Residual stresses in failed ceramic rolling-contact balls

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Authors: Hadfield, M., Stolarski, T.A., Fujinawa, G. and Tobe, S.

Journal: Ceramics International

Volume: 19

Pages: 307-313

DOI: 10.1016/0272-8842(93)90043-Q

Ceramic-ball rolling-contact fatigue-failure modes are examined after testing with a modified four-ball machine. Under lubricated conditions and high compressive stress, flaking or delamination failure is observed. Scanning-electron-microscope observation enables classification to be made of failure in terms of propagation and initiation. Residual-stress measurements of failure classes are performed by the X-ray-diffraction method. Results of measurement orientation, measurement method, and failure class are discussed.

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Authors: Hadfield, M., Fujinawa, G., Stolarski, T.A. and Tobe, S.

Journal: Ceramics International

Volume: 19

Issue: 5

Pages: 307-313

ISSN: 0272-8842

DOI: 10.1016/0272-8842(93)90043-Q

Ceramic-ball rolling-contact fatigue-failure modes are examined after testing with a modified four-ball machine. Under lubricated conditions and high compressive stress, flaking or delamination failure is observed. Scanning-electron-microscope observation enables classification to be made of failure in terms of propagation and initiation. Residual-stress measurements of failure classes are performed by the X-ray-diffraction method. Results of measurement orientation, measurement method, and failure class are discussed. © 1993.

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Authors: HADFIELD, M., FUJINAWA, G., STOLARSKI, T.A. and TOBE, S.

Journal: CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL

Volume: 19

Issue: 5

Pages: 307-313

ISSN: 0272-8842

DOI: 10.1016/0272-8842(93)90043-Q

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