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tribometer

(traɪˈbɒmətə)
n
(General Engineering) an instrument used to estimate rubbing friction
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The tribological tests were performed on a SRV[R] tribometer (Optimol Instruments Pruftechnik GmbH, Germany) under reciprocating sliding conditions using a point contact with the test parameters given in Table 1.
Friction coefficient and wear rate were determined by the method "ball on disk" using Tribometer T-01 M.
Figure 11 shows the friction coefficients of Cr-Cu-N coatings with various Cu content against an [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] ball on a ball-on-disk tribometer under a normal load of 2 N as a function of sliding distance at room temperature.
(f) Four-ball (4-ball) tribological test instrument: tests were conducted on a model KTR-30L 4-ball tribometer (Koehler Instrument Company, Bohemia, NY), equipped with TriboDATA software (Koehler Instrument Company, Bohemia, NY).
The coefficient of friction was determined on a pin-on-disc tribometer equipped with a 100Cr6 steel ball of 6 mm diameter.
Tribometer cradle is rotatable mounted on the holder fixed on the dynamometer, which is bolted to the longitudinal traction support of the lathe (Fig.
[6] dispersed with tribometer and Four- graphite and MWCNTs ball tester in concentration 0.1 to 0.6 Wt%.
The tribological properties of the coatings were evaluated using a reciprocating-type ball-on-disc tribometer (JLTB-02, J&L Tech Co.
Cheng, "Evaluation on wear behavior of Cr-Ag-N and Cr-W-N PVD nanocomposite coatings using two different types of tribometer," Surface and Coatings Technology, vol.
The tribometer, a sophisticated device, is used to clarify the friction coefficient ([micro]T) from the nano-, micro-, and macroscopic texture of a surface [112].