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Surface integrity of additive manufacturing parts: a comparison between optical topography measuring techniques
(Elsevier B.V., 2020)
Additive Manufacturing (AM) presents significant industry-specific advantages allowing the creation of complex geometries and internal features that cannot be produced using conventional manufacturing processes. However, ...
On the Role of Contact and System Stiffness in the Measurement of Principal Variables in Fretting Wear Testing
(MDPI AG, 2020)
In this work, the role of the contact stiffness in the measurement of principal variables in fretting wear tests is assessed. Several fretting wear tribometers found in the literature, including one developed by the authors, ...
A coupled 3D wear and fatigue numerical procedure: Application to fretting problems in ultra-high strength steel wires
(Elsevier Ltd., 2021)
This work presents a coupled 3D wear and fatigue numerical procedure for fretting problems in ultra-high strength steel wires that combines Archard’s wear equation with the Smith–Watson–Topper parameter to predict crack ...
Towards the automation of the die spotting process: Contact blue pattern decryption
(Elsevier Ltd., 2020)
Automotive die spotting is one of the most complex and least standardized processes in the tool making process. A spotting expert identifies local contact areas through a blue-paste pattern and the die/sheet contact is ...
Ball-on-flat linear reciprocating tests: Critical assessment of wear volume determination methods and suggested improvements for ASTM D7755 standard
(Elsevier B.V., 2021)
This work presents a critical assessment of wear volume determination methods for ball-on-flat linear reciprocating sliding tribological tests. It revealed that the ASTM D7755-11 standard leads to the highest relative ...