12th INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS CONGRESS PART C Proceedings of by Pietro Vincenzini (ed.), Mark Hadfield (ed.), Alberto

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The profilometric measurement at the end of the 2-minute test showed significant wear of 15 µm deep, as seen in Fig. 4(a3). The trends are similar for the 5-minute test as shown in Fig. 4(b1) and (b2), with the wear being slightly higher than 15 µm. The friction coefficient reached a steady-state value at approximately 6 minutes, as shown in Fig. 4(c1). The temperature gradually increased, with the rate of increase being very slow (Fig. 4(c2)). The trends are similar for the 60-minute test shown in Fig.

The trends are similar for the 5-minute test as shown in Fig. 4(b1) and (b2), with the wear being slightly higher than 15 µm. The friction coefficient reached a steady-state value at approximately 6 minutes, as shown in Fig. 4(c1). The temperature gradually increased, with the rate of increase being very slow (Fig. 4(c2)). The trends are similar for the 60-minute test shown in Fig. 4(d1) where the friction coefficient remains constant for the whole duration of the test. As seen in Fig. 4(d2), steady-state is reached at approximately 20 min.

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