Identification of Dry Sliding Wear Behavior of B
Particulate Reinforced Mg Matrix Composites for Automobile Disk Brakes
Prediction of brake disc materials wear versus their formulation with brake operating conditions can play a critical role in the development of future brake disc materials. In this paper identification of the dry sliding wear behavior of magnesium (Mg) matrix (MMCs) reinforced with 0-3-6 wt % B4C particulates (B4Cp) was investigated. Wear tests were performed on a pin-on-disk configuration against SAE 1040 steel counter body under constant load and sliding speed. The wear resistance of composites was evaluated as a function of B4C particulates reinforcement. Identified models were based on experimental results. The wear load was considered as the input parameter, whereas the wear rate and friction of coefficient as the output parameter. A first order continuous-time linear model structure was chosen for the modeling. Simulations using the identified models were compared with experimental results and it was found that the modeling of wear process was satisfactory.
Citation: Istif, I., Isin, O., Uzunsoy, E., and Uzunsoy, D., "Identification of Dry Sliding Wear Behavior of B4CP Particulate Reinforced Mg Matrix Composites for Automobile Disk Brakes," SAE Technical Paper 2013-01-1221, 2013, https://doi.org/10.4271/2013-01-1221. Download Citation
Ilyas Istif, Ovun Isin, Erdem Uzunsoy, Deniz Uzunsoy