Optimization and tribological properties of A380 alloy with hybrid composites
Yellapu yeswanth, Dr T Satyanarayana, Mr A Murali Krishna
A380 alloy, Fly ash, Graphite, stir Casting, ANOVA, MINITAB-18.
In this experimental work, the A380 was refined with a mixture of graphite particles and fly ash using a stir casting technique. Fly ash particles made from NTR thermal power plant, combined with self-lubricating graphite particles. The reinforcement is mixed in various proportions with 2% by weight of A380 alloy. % Graphite and 2-4% by weight. % Fly ash dust particles. After bonding the base and the hybrid alloy, the wear during the dry creep test is calculated. Dry sliding wear test at various loads of 5N, 10N and 15N, sliding times 15, 30 and 45 minutes with a disk diameter of 60 mm. Various methods such as Taguchi and ANOVA are used to study the effect of wear parameters on friction. In addition, the lowest value was selected with the status functions of the MINITAB-18 program.
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Unique Paper ID: 161926

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

Page(s): 16 - 23
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