An Experimental Investigation on Nano Coast as Bearing Liners

 
 
 
  • Abstract
  • Keywords
  • References
  • PDF
  • Abstract


    Liners which are integral part of journal bearings, have a significant role on the life of a bearing. These are typically in the form of a bush, sleeve or a loop. Enhanced performance of a bearing liner with less cost is always acceptable. Coatings are the most preferable alternate for the existing bearing liners. Babbitt alloy is the one which is commonly used as bearing bush material. Tin, which is the significant material in the Babbitt is costly. In this work an experimental investigation has been taken-up by replacing Tin with Cadmium having similar mechanical and thermal properties as that of Tin but at the same time very less in cost. A nano coat of the alloy consisting of Antimony, Copper, Lead and Cadmium has been given on a mild steel specimen and experimented for Surface roughness and Hardness. The results are compared with Babbitt.

     

     


  • Keywords


    Bearing liner, Babbitt,Ball milling, Nano coating, Hardness, Surface roughness.

  • References


      [1] Lyle. A. Brangan, Resistance of white metals survey damage of Babbitt industriesbearing, Lubricants, 3, 2015, 91-112

      [2] M. Bhupatnani, Friction and wear behavior analysis of different journal bearing materials,

      [3] International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, 3(4), 2013, 2141-2146

      [4] S.B. Chikalthankar, Comparative study of bearing materials and failure of plain bearings. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, 2(3), 2014, 2402-2406]

      [5] T.P. Yadav, Mechanical milling: A top down approach for the synthesis of nano materials and nano composites, Nano Science and Nano Technology, 2(3), 2012, 22-48

      [6] M.J. Azizpour, Babbitt casting and Babbitt spraying processes, International Journal of Mechanical, Aerospace, Industrial, Mechantronic and Manufacturing Engineering, 5(8), 2011

      [7] M. Kasporava, Evaluation of the fiction properties of thermally sprayed coatings,

      [8] Tribology and design, 66, 2010, 117-127

      [9] Sunil Mohan, Wear friction and prevention of tribosurfaces by Nano coatings, Anti

      [10] Abrasive nano coatings, 2015, 003-022

      [11] A. Voevodin, Recent advances of hard tough low friction of NC coatings, Materials and

      [12] Manufacturing directory, 10(6), 2005, 665-679

      [13] S. Ishihara, Effect of amount of antimony on sliding wear resistance of white metal,

      [14] Tribology and Design,43(5-6), 2010, 935-938

      [15] M. Özgür bora, Instrumented indentation and scratch testing evaluation of tribologicalproperties of tin based bearing materials, Material and design, 31(6), 2010, 2707-2715

      [16] Sam zhang, Recent advances of super hard Nano-composites, Surface coating andtechnology, 67(2-3), 2003, 113-119

      [17] V.V. Ilyyushin, Effect of production methods of tribological characteristics of Babbitt coatings, Friction and wear, 33(3), 2012, 190-194

      [18] N.V. kobernik, Triobological properties of Babbitt alloy coatings modifies with carbonnanotubes, Inorganic materials and applied research, 8(3), 2017, 428-433

      [19] B.S. Unlu, Determination of the tribological and mechanical properties of SnPbCuSb(white metal) bearings, Material Science, 46(4), 2011, 47-52

      [20] K.V. Ramana, Nano coatings as a bearing liner – An experimental investigation, International Journal of Mechanical engineering and Technology, 5(9), 2018, 58-63


 

View

Download

Article ID: 20566
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.7.20566




Copyright © 2012-2015 Science Publishing Corporation Inc. All rights reserved.