Composite materials play a vital role in many industrial applications. Researchers are working on fabrication of new composite materials worldwide to enhance the applicability of these materials. In view of this the mechanical performance of the composite material is essential. The aim of this project is to assist in the main objective of optimizing the quantity of the filler material Al2O3, TiO2 and MoS2. Thus the mechanical properties as well as the wear properties of 7.5 , 10 and 12.5 of the filler material as mentioned above has been investigated to obtain an optimum composition for the application in suitable fields. The purpose of this project is to perform an experimental study of the pin on disc wear of neat Vinyl Ester and Al2O3, TiO2 and MoS2 filler of 7.5 , 10 and 12.5 filled particulate reinforced composites have been investigated along with the subsequent study of the Wear Properties of the material with the intention to contribute to the final aim of optimizing the composition of the composite material. The investigation is carried out by mixing different weight percentages of the powder with the polyester resin and preparing individual samples. After CSM preparation, the materials were properly mixed using the hand lay techniques and different specimens were prepared with different compositions of the powder. After all the samples were prepared, Wear Testing is done by pin on disc Wear Testing Machine in ASTM G99 standard using abrasive paper. The load applied 1KN , 2KN and 3KN in this experiment with sliding distances of 353.25m , 706.5 and 1059.75m respectively.
by Mr. Kuruba Harish | Mr. D. Harshavardhan | Mr. A. Ramesh "Tribologoical Properties of Vinyl Ester Based Hybrid Composite with Tio2, Al2o3 & Mos2 Fillers"
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019,
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/21385/tribologoical-properties-of-vinyl-ester-based-hybrid-composite-with-tio2-al2o3-and-mos2-fillers/mr-kuruba-harish
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