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Tribological study of a press-fit assembling process

Abstract : A particular case of press-fitting of two metal parts is studied, with high fit interference inducing high contact pressures and plastic deformation of the bushing and collar. Furthermore, the female piece is polymer-coated by cataphoresis, and the coating evolution by damage and wear during sliding promotes significant changes of friction with sliding length. These particular frictional properties impact the structural mechanics behaviour of the system during assembling.
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Laurent Boissonnet, Benjamin Duffau, Pierre Montmitonnet. Tribological study of a press-fit assembling process. ICTMP 2010, Jun 2010, Nice, France. 10 p. ⟨hal-00527847⟩

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