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A methodology and new criteria to quantify the adhesive and abrasive wear damage on a die radius using white light profilometry

Abstract : A methodology is developed in this article to assess the wear damage occurring on a die radius in a deep-drawing process. Profilometric and topographic measurements were performed with a white-light-source confocal microscope on the rubbed part of the die radius, using a repeatable procedure. Four new quantitative damage criteria were defined from 2D profiles, to quantify and determine the degree of regularity of both adhesive and abrasive damage. This method allows different tool steels to be classified in terms of their adhesive and abrasive wear behavior, with fairly good repeatability and reliability.
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Sabine Le Roux, Christine Boher, Luc Penazzi, C. Dessain, B. Tavernier. A methodology and new criteria to quantify the adhesive and abrasive wear damage on a die radius using white light profilometry. Tribology International, Elsevier, 2012, 52, pp.40-49. ⟨10.1016/j.triboint.2012.02.018⟩. ⟨hal-01687328⟩

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