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    Discussion in 'Surface finishes' started by craff, May 29, 2012.

    1. craff

      craff New Member

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      I want to know how the friction coincidence changes in high temperature work condition. The wear combination will be G10450 and HPb59-1.
      Comparing to the low working temperature, work in high temperature for example 120 degree Celsius, whether the friction force will increase or decrease?

      Thank you very much if anyone could help me or tell me anything about it.
       
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    3. The_Inventor

      The_Inventor Member

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      Friction always creates heat, thus heat will always increase friction. So what is G10450 and HPb59-1?
       
    4. craff

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      Thanks very much. G10450 and HPb59-1 may have different codes in your country. But your succinct words help me a lot. Thanks again.
       

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