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The Effect of Surface Morphology of Cylinder Bore Surface on Anti-Scuffing Property made by High Pressure Die-Casting Process using Hyper-Eutectic Al-Si Alloy
ISSN: 1946-3979, e-ISSN: 1946-3987
Published October 15, 2013 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Citation: Uhara, T. and Kurita, H., "The Effect of Surface Morphology of Cylinder Bore Surface on Anti-Scuffing Property made by High Pressure Die-Casting Process using Hyper-Eutectic Al-Si Alloy," SAE Int. J. Mater. Manf. 7(1):207-216, 2014, https://doi.org/10.4271/2013-32-9046.
A monolithic type aluminum (Al) cylinder made of hypereutectic Aluminum-Silicon alloy has been widely used for motorcycle applications. It has a lightweight structure and a superior cooling ability owing to its material property and surface finishing.
Usually the cylinder bore surface of the monolithic type Al cylinder is finished by an etching process or a honing process in order to expose silicon (Si) particles from aluminum (Al) matrix for the improvement of the tribological properties. The morphology of the cylinder bore surface including the exposure of Si particles is supposed to make an important effect on its tribological properties, especially on the anti-scuffing property.
In this research, the anti-scuffing property of three kinds of cylinder bore finishing, an etched surface, a Si exposure honed surface and a conventional plateau honed surface is evaluated with using a reciprocated type wear tester. The experimental results are analyzed by using Weibull analysis. It is shown that the experimental data of the anti-scuffing property can be evaluated quantitatively by Weibull analysis. It is revealed that the etched surface shows superior anti-scuffing property rather than the Si exposure honed surface and the conventional plateau honed surface.
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