Failure modes of pre-cracked ceramic elements under rolling contact

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Authors: Hadfield, M., Stolarski, T.A., Cundill, R.T. and Horton, S.

Journal: Wear

Volume: 169

Pages: 69-75

DOI: 10.1016/0043-1648(93)90392-Y

A hybrid ceramic/steel angular contact ball-bearing was experimentally modelled using a modified four-ball machine. Ceramic ball surfaces were artificially damaged with ring, lateral and radial pre-cracks. Rolling contact fatigue failure modes were studied under high contact stresses and speeds. The role of lubricant type in rolling contact fatigue failure mode was also assessed

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Authors: Hadfield, M., Stolarski, T.A., Cundill, R.T. and Horton, S.

Journal: Wear

Volume: 169

Issue: 1

Pages: 69-75

ISSN: 0043-1648

DOI: 10.1016/0043-1648(93)90392-Y

A hybrid ceramic/steel angular contact ball-bearing was experimentally modelled using a modified four-ball machine. Ceramic ball surfaces were artificially damaged with ring, lateral and radial pre-cracks. Rolling contact fatigue failure modes were studied under high contact stresses and speeds. The role of lubricant type in rolling contact fatigue failure mode was also assessed. © 1993.

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Authors: HADFIELD, M., STOLARSKI, T.A., CUNDILL, R.T. and HORTON, S.

Journal: WEAR

Volume: 169

Issue: 1

Pages: 69-75

ISSN: 0043-1648

DOI: 10.1016/0043-1648(93)90392-Y

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