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Impact of post-curing duration on mechanical, thermal and tribological behavior of an organic friction material

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2014
auteur(s) Hentati Nesrine; KChaou Mohamed; Cristol Anne-Lise; Najjar Denis; Elleuch Riadh
journal (abréviation) Materials & Design (Mater Des)
volume (numéro) 63
pages 699 – 709
résumé This paper aimed to study the influence of post curing duration on mechanical, thermal and tribological behavior of friction materials elaborated with simplified formulation. Surface mechanical properties and thermal conductivity were analyzed and tribological behavior was studied for various thermal severities of sliding conditions. Results indicated that post curing for long duration allowed to reduce thermal conductivity and to homogenize the surface mechanical properties of the friction material. Concerning tribological behavior, it was shown that a longer post curing duration permitted to reduce the level of friction and to increase wear resistance. Worn surface morphology investigation using SEM revealed that wear and friction mechanisms involved in the contact were sensitive to post curing duration.
mots clés Organic friction material; Post curing duration; Surface mechanical properties; Thermal conductivity; Tribological behavior; Wear and friction mechanisms
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