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TAPPI TIP 0304-53 - TESTS FOR CORRUGATOR ROLL WEAR Organization: TAPPI
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: The entire surface is overlaid with a coating – often chrome or tungsten carbide – which protects the underlying steel flutes from wear. During the running life of a corrugator roll, wear caused by friction from the corrugating medium gradually wears away the roll coating, thus exposing the machined steel teeth underneath to wear.
NAVISTAR MPAPS A-44 - HEAT TREATED CONSTRUCTIONAL STEELS Organization: NAVISTAR
Date: 2015-06-01
Description: This specification covers the Company's requirements for high strength, heat-treated steel used for constructional or wear resistant applications. These steels are normally supplied in the quenched and tempered condition.
SAE AMS2448 - APPLICATION OF TUNGSTEN CARBIDE COATINGS ON ULTRA HIGH STRENGTH STEELS HIGH VELOCITY OXYGEN / FUEL PROCESS Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: Application This process has been used typically to provide coatings that possess lower porosity and higher adhesive and/or cohesive strength than generally attainable with plasma spray and for applications requiring wear, heat, and corrosion resistance or dimensional restoration that were traditionally chrome plated.
SAE AMS2453 - LOW STRESS GRINDING OF STEEL PARTS HEAT TREATED TO 180 KSI OR OVER, AND LOW STRESS GRINDING OF CHROME PLATING APPLIED TO STEEL PARTS HEAT TREATED TO 180 KSI OR OVER Organization: SAE
Date: 2010-08-01
Description: Purpose The purpose of this specification is to establish requirements of a grinding method and to provide grinding parameters that will eliminate or minimize overheating, cracking, high residual tensile stresses, and/or other metallurgical changes that decrease structural integrity of steel parts or chrome plated steel parts (See 8.2). This standard establishes requirements for low stress grinding of martensitic high strength steel heat-treated to 180 ksi (1241 MPa) minimum ultimate tensile strength (UTS) and above, and requirements for low stress grinding of chromium plating applied to such high strength steel.
SAE AMS3678/14 - TYPE 14 40% BRONZE FILLED VIRGIN POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE (PTFE) MOLDINGS OR EXTRUSIONS Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: Application These products have been used typically for bearing and wear ring applications in a lubricated environment against steel, stainless steel, and chromium plate, and requiring dimensional stability up to 450 °F (232 °C) with good mechanical properties, but usage is not limited to such applications.
SAE AMS3678/6 - TYPE 6 60% BRONZE FILLED VIRGIN POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE (PTFE) MOLDINGS OR EXTRUSIONS Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: Application These products have been used typically for bearing and wear ring applications in a lubricated environment against steel, stainless steel, and chromium plate, and requiring dimensional stability up to 450 °F (232 °C), but usage is not limited to such applications.
SAE ARP5935 - USE OF HVOF THERMAL SPRAY COATINGS FOR HARD CHROME REPLACEMENT IN LANDING GEAR APPLICATIONS Organization: SAE
Date: 2007-02-01
Description: Electrolytically deposited chrome plate is the current standard surface treatment for landing gear component interface surfaces that require good wear resistance and corrosion protection. Chrome plated components are typically plagued by a slight debit in fatigue performance, detrimental mud cracking surface pattern, susceptibility to scoring, wear, and seal leakage.
SAE AMS-C-26074 - ELECTROLESS NICKEL COATINGS Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: Coated parts--that is, those parts used in air compressors, missile-fuel injector plates, pumps, reciprocating surfaces, and so forth are protected from oxidation, corrosion and wear. With aluminum electronic devices, not only is product contamination prevented, but the coated parts facilitate soldering when used in conjunction with a mildly activated (RMA) or activated (RA) rosin flux.
MODUK - DG-13 - DESIGN ASPECTS OF CHROMIUM PLATING FOR ENGINEERING PURPOSES Organization: MODUK
Date: 1968-09-01
Description: Chromium coatings are hard but are brittle and readily crack, producing stress concentrations which may reduce the strength of the plated part particularly as regards resistance to fatigue. Additionally, steel may be embrittled by absorption of hydrogen released during the cleaning and plating processes.
SAE AMS2753 - (R) LIQUID SALT BATH FERRITIC NITROCARBURIZING NON-CYANIDE BATH Organization: SAE
Date: 2008-08-01
Description: Application Nitrocarburized surfaces have been used typically for increasing the resistance to wear and fatigue on ferrous alloys including carbon steels, low-alloy steels, tool steels, and corrosion-resistant steels, cast irons, and ferrous powder metal products, but usage is not limited to such applications.
SAE AMS2454 - PLATING, ELECTROLESS NICKEL, CODEPOSITED WITH POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE (PTFE) Organization: SAE
Date: 2012-04-01
Description: Application This deposit has been used typically to provide a uniform build-up on intricate shapes for improvement of wear resistance, low reflectivity, and/or as an electrically conductive finish with improved corrosion resistance, but usage is not limited to such applications.
ASTM B607 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR AUTOCATALYTIC NICKEL BORON COATINGS FOR ENGINEERING USE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: Process solutions formulated with sodium borohydride are strongly alkaline and are frequently used to plate steel and titanium parts to impart surface hardness and wear resistance properties.
SAE AMS-QQ-C-320 - CHROMIUM PLATING (ELECTRODEPOSITED) Organization: SAE
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Classification: Classes: Electrodeposited chromium plating shall be of the following classes, as specified (see 6.2): Class 1 - Corrosion protective plating (see 3.3.1) Class 2 - Engineering plating (see 3.3.2) Finish: Class 1 plating shall be of the following types of finish, as specified (see 6.2): Type I - Bright finish Type II - Satin finish Class 1 plating: Class 1 plating is applied as a decorative finish, usually over nickel, or copper and nickel, on basis metals such as iron and steel, copper and copper-base alloys, and zinc and zincbase diecasting where necessary to protect the basis metal from corrosion and wear and to provide a pleasing appearance. The function of the underlayers of nickel is to provide a pore-free continuous underplate for the chromium outer layer.
SAE AMS-QQ-N-290 - NICKEL PLATING (ELECTRODEPOSITED) Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: Class 2 Plating Class 2 plating is used for wear resistance, abrasion resistance and such incidental corrosion protection of parts as the specified thickness of the nickel plating may afford.
ASHRAE - LO-09-063 - EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF ORBITING THRUST BEARING USING WIDE AND SHALLOW CIRCULAR POCKETS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Tian et al. (1989) studied boundary lubrication considering ploughing effects; they demonstrated that undulated titanium surfaces would considerably reduce friction coefficient and wear. Andriy et al. (2004) showed that use of dimples expands speed load parameters for hydrodynamic lubrication.
API REPORT 88/89/91-51 - INVESTIGATION OF PIPE THREAD COMPOUNDS - PN4875 Organization: API
Date: 1992-11-01
Description: The fixture consists of two flat circular steel plates with a pressure cavity machined in the center of each plate. The upper plate has a spiral groove machined from the central pressure cavity to the outer edge of the plate.

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