What’s the Difference Between Types of Wear? (.PDF Download)

Jan. 14, 2016

Engineers who build components to last are naturally concerned with wear. There are different types of wear, and some engineers may induce wear purposely for varying reasons. Three types of wear are abrasion, adhesion, and corrosion. Each type has inherent problems and benefits that can be affected by materials, lubrication, and surface finish...

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