Wheels Containing Oxide A2radent Are Weighted On The Test Specimen And Driven In Opposite Directions

Figure 5 :

Schematic of a Taber Abraser Apparatus. Adapted from Kenton D.J., Particle Enhanced Electroleas CoatlnRS, ASM Surtech and Surface Coating Exposition, Dearborn, MI May 1982.

Figure 6.

Figure 6.

Schematic of the Dry Sand Rubber Wheel Test Apparatus, Reference: Bllckensderfer, R. et al, Laboratory Wear Testing Capabilities of the Bureau of Mines, Information Circular 9001, 1985.

Figure 8 .

Schematic of the Alumina Slurry Abrasion Test Apparatus. Reference: Vol. 02.05, Metallic and Inorganic Coatings, Metal Powders, Sintered P/M, Structural Parts, 1986 Annal Book of ASTM Standards, Sec. 2.

Figure 7.

Schematic of Pin-on-Drum Abrasion Tester* Reference: Bllckensderfer, R. et al, Laboratory Wear Testing Capabilities of the Bureau of Mines, Information Circular 9001 , 1985.

Figure 9.

Schematic of the Jaw Crusher Gouging Abrasion Tester Reference: Blickensderfer, R. et al, Laboratory Wear Testing Capabilities of the Bureau of Mines, Information Circular 9001, 1985.

Figure 10. Schematic of Solid Particle Erosion Equipment. Reference: 03.02, Erosion and Wear Control technology, 1985 Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Sec. a

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ANSLE, deg

45 60

ANSLE, deg

Figure XI. Plot of Erosion Wear vs. Impingement Angle.

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