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Structure of Abraded Surfaces

Nature volume 162, pages 7172 (10 July 1948) | Download Citation

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THE importance of surface conditions in the fatigue of metals and alloys has led to an investigation in this Laboratory into the effect of abrasion on the hardness and microstructure of surface and subsurface layers.

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    , Special Summer Conference on "Friction and Surface Finish", Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1940.

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    , C.S.I.R. Lubrication and Friction Report No. 44 (unpublished).

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    , , Trans. Amer. Inst. Mech. Eng., Iron and Steel Division, 295 (1941).

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  1. C.S.I.R. Aeronautical Laboratory, Melbourne. March 5.

    • J. B. DANCE
    •  & D. J. NORRIS

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