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    Volume 3, Issue 1 (December 2014)

    Slip-Rolling Resistance and Load Carrying Capacity of 36NiCrMoV1-5-7 Steel

    (Received 23 May 2013; accepted 7 July 2014)

    Published Online: 18 September 2014

    CODEN: MPCACD

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    Abstract

    The approaching CO2 targets have now enforced automotive OEMs to engage R&D efforts also in powertrain to reduce friction, increase lifetime properties, and load carrying capacities of running systems. Martensitic steels such as 36NiCrMoV1-5-7 have a great potential to be used in automotive powertrain applications due to its favorable mechanical properties. In order to realize lightweight strategies, it is essential that steels with improved fracture toughness values and higher annealing temperatures with regard to higher contact pressures and possible thin film coating application be considered. State-of-the-art steels, like 16MnCr5, 21NiCrMo, 30CrMoV9, and 100Cr6 are not able to sustain a further increase in torque or load during operating time as well as annealing effects under higher oil or deposition temperatures. Therefore, the recent research on the slip-rolling resistance, frictional, and wear behavior of steels such as 36NiCrMoV1-5-7, Cronidur 30 (AMS 5898), 20MnCr5 (SAE 4820 or 5120), and 100Cr6H (SAE E52100) showed that possible lean alloying concept alternatives with promising performance characteristics are already available.

    Author Information:

    Scholz, Christian
    BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin,

    KYB Corp., Sagamihara,

    Woydt, Mathias
    BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin,

    Mohrbacher, Hardy
    NiobelCon bvba, Schilde,


    Stock #: MPC20130022

    ISSN:2165-3992

    DOI: 10.1520/MPC20130022

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    Title Slip-Rolling Resistance and Load Carrying Capacity of 36NiCrMoV1-5-7 Steel
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    Committee A01