DOI: /10.5513/JCEA01/15.2.1462

Original scientific paper

Usage of abrasion-resistant materials in agriculture

2014, 15 (2)   p. 119-128

Jiří Votava

Abstract

Agricultural soil-processing machines are subject to an extensive abrasive wear. This paper analyses technical materials and their fitness to exchangeable parts of plough bottoms, such as edge-tools and whole plough cutting edges. There were tested abrasion-resistant steels with different microstructures: austenite, martensite-bainite, and carbide. Steel with the pearlite-ferrite structure was used as an etalon. Abrasion resistance tests were processed in compliance with the norm ČSN 01 5084, which is a test of abrasion wear on abrasive cloth.

Keywords

abrasive-resistant steel, abrasive wear, agriculture, microhardness

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