Surface modified rice husk ceramic particles as a functional additive: Improving the tribological behaviour of aluminium matrix composites

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Surface modified rice husk ceramic particles as a functional additive : Improving the tribological behaviour of aluminium matrix composites. / Cheng, Lehua; Yu, Dongrui; Hu, Enzhu; Tang, Yuchao; Hu, Kunhong; Dearn, Karl David; Hu, Xianguo; Wang, Min.

In: Carbon Letters, Vol. 26, No. 1, 01.05.2018, p. 51-60.

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Cheng, Lehua ; Yu, Dongrui ; Hu, Enzhu ; Tang, Yuchao ; Hu, Kunhong ; Dearn, Karl David ; Hu, Xianguo ; Wang, Min. / Surface modified rice husk ceramic particles as a functional additive : Improving the tribological behaviour of aluminium matrix composites. In: Carbon Letters. 2018 ; Vol. 26, No. 1. pp. 51-60.

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title = "Surface modified rice husk ceramic particles as a functional additive: Improving the tribological behaviour of aluminium matrix composites",
abstract = "An electroless deposition method was used to modify the surface properties of rice husk ceramic particles (RHC) by depositing nano-nickel on the surface of the RHC (Ni-RHC). The dry tribological performances of aluminum matrix composite adobes containing different contents of RHC and Ni-RHC particles have been investigated using a micro-tribometer. Results showed that the Ni–RHC particles substantially improved both the friction and wear properties of the Ni-RHC/aluminum matrix adobes. The optimal concentration was determined to be 15 wt% for both the RHC and Ni–RHC particles. The improvements in the tribological properties of aluminum adobes including the Ni-RHC were ascribed to friction-induced peeling off of Ni coating and formation of protection layer on the wear zone, both of which led to low friction and wear volume.",
keywords = "Aluminum-matrix composite, Engineering ceramics, Nickel coating, Rice husk",
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AU - Hu, Xianguo

AU - Wang, Min

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AB - An electroless deposition method was used to modify the surface properties of rice husk ceramic particles (RHC) by depositing nano-nickel on the surface of the RHC (Ni-RHC). The dry tribological performances of aluminum matrix composite adobes containing different contents of RHC and Ni-RHC particles have been investigated using a micro-tribometer. Results showed that the Ni–RHC particles substantially improved both the friction and wear properties of the Ni-RHC/aluminum matrix adobes. The optimal concentration was determined to be 15 wt% for both the RHC and Ni–RHC particles. The improvements in the tribological properties of aluminum adobes including the Ni-RHC were ascribed to friction-induced peeling off of Ni coating and formation of protection layer on the wear zone, both of which led to low friction and wear volume.

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