Experimental study on the behavior of wear resistant steels under high velocity single particle impacts

Matti Lindroos (Corresponding Author), Maria Apostol, Veli-Tapani Kuokkala, Anssi Laukkanen, Kati Valtonen, Kenneth Holmberg, Olli Oja

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    Abstract

    High velocity solid particle erosion may cause severe damage and high wear rates in materials used for wear protection. An experimental work on the behavior of wear resistant steels, including three highstrength martensitic alloys and a carbide-reinforced metal matrix composite, was performed in high rate single impact conditions. Characterization of the mechanical behavior of the materials at high strain rates was conducted using the Hopkinson Split Bar technique to identify the effects of strain rate on strain hardening and the prevailing failure mechanisms. The high velocity impact experiments using spherical projectiles were carried out at various impact angles and projectile velocities. The effects of impact energy and impact angle were studied and discussed. Wear was analyzed as volume loss from the surface, but it was also presented in a more precise way by taking into account the actual energy spent on the plastic deformation and wear. In-situ high speed photography and post impact characterization of the impact craters were used to reveal the prevailing failure and wear mechanisms. Depending on the impact angle and impact energy, different wear mechanisms of plastic deformation, cutting, shear banding and fracture were identified. The martensitic steels exhibited adiabatic shear banding in the microstructure at high strain rates and impact velocities, which may accelerate the wear. The carbide reinforced steel was found susceptible to catastrophic fracturing especially at high impact angles.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)114-127
    JournalInternational Journal of Impact Engineering
    Volume78
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2015
    MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

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    Wear of materials
    Steel
    Strain rate
    Projectiles
    Carbides
    Plastic deformation
    High speed photography
    Martensitic steel
    Strain hardening
    Erosion
    Microstructure
    Composite materials
    Metals
    Experiments

    Keywords

    • high strength steel
    • impact wear
    • adiabatic shear band
    • high strain rate
    • ProperPart
    • ProperTune

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    Lindroos, Matti ; Apostol, Maria ; Kuokkala, Veli-Tapani ; Laukkanen, Anssi ; Valtonen, Kati ; Holmberg, Kenneth ; Oja, Olli. / Experimental study on the behavior of wear resistant steels under high velocity single particle impacts. In: International Journal of Impact Engineering. 2015 ; Vol. 78. pp. 114-127.
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    In: International Journal of Impact Engineering, Vol. 78, 2015, p. 114-127.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

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