This volume presents a state of the art review of the equipment, devices, and techniques available for controlling fretting test conditions and for assessing damage. The papers comprising the contents address topics such ad: the systematic investigation of fretting phenomena and fretting damage, fretting test devices, the involvement of computers in controlling conditions and correlation results, methods of preventing fretting, and the effects of various factors on fretting wear.
A New Machine for Studying Surface Damage Due to Wear and Fretting
Hoeppner D., Kusner D., Poon C.
An Evaluation of Fretting at Small Slip Amplitudes
Kennedy P., Peterson M., Stallings L.
Fretting of Electrical Contacts
Heat Exchanger Tube Fretting Wear: Correlation of Tube Motion and Wear
Ko P., Tromp J., Weckwerth M.
An Electrochemical Method for Investigating Corrosion in Rubbing Surfaces
Agarwala V., Bhattacharyya S., Kim K.
Fretting-Resistant Ion-Plated Coatings
El-Sherbiny M., Salem F.
Effect of Ion Implantation on Fretting Fatigue in Ti-6Al-4V Alloy
Creighton D., Effatian A., Rath B., Salivar G., Vardiman R.
Fretting Fatigue of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy
Lutynski C., McEvily A., Simansky G.
Paper ID: STP780-EB