a review of rolling contact fatigue

Review of rolling contact fatigue in rails

D 173 - Rolling contact fatigue D 181 - Lateral forces on railway bridges D 182 - Unified assessment criteria for ballast quality and methods for assessing the ballast condition in the track D 183 - Stresses and strength of reinforced and prestressed concrete decks on railway bridges

A Review of Rolling Contact Fatigue

2009-9-25A Review of Rolling Contact Fatigue Ball and rolling element bearings are perhaps the most widely used components in industrial machinery They are used to support load and allow relative motion inherent in the mechanism to take place Subsurface originated spalling has been recognized as one of the main modes of failure for rolling contact

Rolling contact fatigue

Wear or more specifically Rolling Contact Wear (RCW) is the primary result of the damage accumulation process termed Rolling Contact Fatigue (RCF) This paper aims to explain the often confusing terminology along with the principles and mechanisms of RCF which in turn will lead the reader to an understanding and recognition of the key visual features used by fault investigators to

Andrew Bingle

• Rolling-stock mechanical structural and fatigue analysis • Rolling-stock configuration and regulatory conformance review • Rolling-stock instrumentation trials and testing • Locomotive noise emission testing and analysis • High level systems concept development • Rolling-stock dynamic behaviour analysis

Experimental method for hydrogen

One of the prevalent failure modes in bearing raceways is hydrogen-induced rolling contact fatigue (RCF) with associated microstructural change called white etching constituent Despite these failures having been observed for a long time in various industries the detailed reasons and mechanisms for their formation are not fully understood

Rolling contact fatigue of surface coatings—a review

2004-6-23Rolling contact fatigue is a significant factor in the failure of components in rolling/sliding contact comprehensive understanding of the parameters which can have a significant effect on a coating's resistance to rolling contact fatigue This review thus compares the RCF performance of these overlay coatings and discusses the results

A Review on Design Optimization of Rolling Contact

2017-5-16A Review on Design Optimization of Rolling Contact Bearings Abhijeet V Salunkhe#* Uday C Agashe# and Swapnil Hatwalane^ #Department of Mechanical Engineering Faculty at SITS SPPU Pune India ^Department of Mechanical Engineering Faculty at MITCOE SPPU Pune India Accepted 07 May 2017 Available online 13 May 2017 Vol 7 No 3 (June 2017)

A Review of wheel wear and rolling contact fatigue

2018-2-6Railway wheels lives are limited by wear and the formation of rolling contact fatigue (RCF) damage This review describes how the forces that cause wear and RCF on wheels are generated It is demonstrated that shear stresses at and just below the surface are driven by forces generated during steady-state curving

A Review of Rolling Contact Fatigue

Subsurface originated spalling has been recognized as one of the main modes of failure for rolling contact fatigue (RCF) of bearings In the past few decades a significant number of investigators have attempted to determine the physical mechanisms involved in rolling contact fatigue of bearings and proposed models to predict their fatigue lives

Rolling contact fatigue

Wear or more specifically Rolling Contact Wear (RCW) is the primary result of the damage accumulation process termed Rolling Contact Fatigue (RCF) This paper aims to explain the often confusing terminology along with the principles and mechanisms of RCF which in turn will lead the reader to an understanding and recognition of the key visual features used by fault investigators to

Rolling contact fatigue of surface coatings—a review

2004-6-23Rolling contact fatigue is a significant factor in the failure of components in rolling/sliding contact comprehensive understanding of the parameters which can have a significant effect on a coating's resistance to rolling contact fatigue This review thus compares the RCF performance of these overlay coatings and discusses the results

U S Department of Transportation Federal Railroad

2019-11-6A review of the types or RCF defects on wheels and rails causal mechanisms and monitoring and maintenance practices has been undertaken for the purpose of identifying gaps and the most pressing areas for research and development 14 SUBJECT TERMS Rolling contact fatigue RCF rail gauge corner cracking wheel tread cracking monitoring RCF

The effect of rolling contact fatigue properties on 316

In this paper 316 stainless steel was treated by laser shock peening (LSP) technology and the micro-hardness residual stress and rolling contact fatigue (RCF) performance were investigated The result suggests that LSP can effectively improve the R

Effect of coatings on rolling contact fatigue and

2020-1-31Effect of coatings on rolling contact fatigue and tribological parameters of rolling/sliding contacts under dry/lubricated conditions: a review A V BORGAONKAR and I SYED* Department of Mechanical Engineering National Institute of Technology Warangal Warangal 506004 India e-mail: syedismail7nitw ac

Rolling Contact Fatigue

2002-7-16Rolling Contact Fatigue / 3 Fig 7 Same sample as in Fig 6 showing detailsofsub-microstructure called butterfly wings 3% nital etch (a) 125 (b) 310 Fig 6 Gear-tooth section Rolling-contact fatigue dis-tinguished by subsurface shear parallel to sur-face Note the undisturbed black oxides at the surface in-

A Review on Design Optimization of Rolling Contact

2017-5-16A Review on Design Optimization of Rolling Contact Bearings Abhijeet V Salunkhe#* Uday C Agashe# and Swapnil Hatwalane^ #Department of Mechanical Engineering Faculty at SITS SPPU Pune India ^Department of Mechanical Engineering Faculty at MITCOE SPPU Pune India Accepted 07 May 2017 Available online 13 May 2017 Vol 7 No 3 (June 2017)

Review: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #30 Doesn't Slow Down

2 Sonic The Hedgehog #30 by Ian Flynn Priscilla Tramontano Heather Breckel and Shawn Lee doesn't let the heroes take a break after saving the world from the Zombots After such an intense arc you'd expect the issue to be filled with foreshadowing through dialogue and reflection Instead the reader is treated to adrenaline-filled action scenes to set up future events

Cleanliness Assessment : A Critical Review and a Real

DOI: 10 1520/STP12119S Corpus ID: 136663098 Cleanliness Assessment : A Critical Review and a Real Need to Predict Rolling Contact Fatigue Behaviour inproceedings{Auclair1998CleanlinessA title={Cleanliness Assessment : A Critical Review and a Real Need to Predict Rolling Contact Fatigue Behaviour} author={Gabriel Auclair and Fabienne Ruby-Meyer and Renaud Meilland and Philippe

Improvement of Rolling Contact Fatigue Life of Bearing Steel

2015-2-2Weibull distribution of rolling contact fatigue life of 100Cr6 and QP steel obtained by 4-ball fatigue tests RCFL characteristics of the steels were compared by 4-ball fatigue tests which results are given in Fig 6 The tests were carried out in 10 000 rpm and with

Rolling contact fatigue and wear in rail steels: An

2018-7-12Rolling contact fatigue (RCF) and wear of rails are two critical failure generating problems of railway transport system worldwide This paper presents an overview of investigations and state of the art knowledge on the mechanisms of RCF and wear studies revealed till date

Rolling contact fatigue behaviour of rails: Wedge

While the T-Gamma model always predicts the same rolling contact fatigue damage increment for a given T-Gamma value the Wedge model shows a scattering of the predicted rolling contact fatigue damage increments when plotting them over T-Gamma because of the explicit consideration of contact stresses

Rolling Contact Fatigue Life and Spall Propagation of

2018-11-12This article is the first part of a three-part series that investigates the rolling contact fatigue (RCF) initiation and spall propagation characteristics of three bearing materials namely AISI 52100 VIM-VAR AISI M50 and VIM-VAR M50NiL steels

Rolling contact fatigue strengths of shot

2018-6-12Kanematsu W 2018 A review of rolling contact fatigue behavior of silicon nitride focusing on testing practices and crack propagation analysis Wear 400-401 10-20 Crossref Google Scholar Kida K Saito M and Kitamura K 2005 Flaking failure originating from a single surface crack in silicon nitride under rolling contact fatigue Fatigue Fract Eng

A Rolling Contact Fatigue Reliability Evaluation

Rolling contact fatigue (RCF) corresponds to the formation of the first spall which is a stochastic behavior therefore the RCF life should be reliably calculated A method for evaluating RCF reliability was developed based on the Lundberg-Palmgren theory and ISO 281

Microstress cycle and contact fatigue of spiral bevel

2020-8-9Abstract: The rolling contact fatigue (RCF) model is commonly used to predict the contact fatigue life when the sliding is insignificant in contact surfaces However many studies reveal that the sliding compared to the rolling state can lead to a considerable reduction of the fatigue life and an excessive increase of the pitting area which

(PDF) Farshid Sadeghi A Review of Rolling Contact

Ball and rolling element bearings are perhaps the most widely used components in industrial machinery They are used to support load and allow relative motion inherent in the mechanism to take place Subsurface originated spalling has been recognized

Rolling contact fatigue crack propagation in nitrided

2019-9-12Experimental investigations were carried out to better understand the rolling contact fatigue mechanisms in nitrided layers of the 33CrMoV12-9 steel grade Surface-initiated pitting failure mode was reproduced on a twin-disc machine to analyse crack growth and compressive residual stress behaviour within the nitrided layers

Modelling of Surface Initiated Rolling Contact Fatigue

2017-1-24768 Dave Hannes and Bo Alfredsson / Procedia Engineering 66 ( 2013 ) 766 – 774 Figure 1 Characteristics of surface initiated rolling contact fatigue damage Figure 2 The asperity point load mechanism illustrated with an equivalentgear geometry