1967-02-01

Wear of Chromium Piston Rings in Modern Automotive Engines 670042

The characteristic wear of electroplated chromium on piston rings has changed over the past 15 years. The reasons for the change are discussed and a theory proposed for the wear mechanism. The theory is supported by engine test results, radioactive ring and cylinder studies, and metallographic exhibits.

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