Tribology and corrosion

Tribology and corrosion

The application of tribology in engineering is used to study friction, wear and lubrication. Wear processes are analysed by means of a so-called tribological system and are described by “systemic” loss variables.
Corrosion refers to the reaction of a metallic material to its environment, which causes a measurable change in the material. This can lead to impairment of the function of a metal component or a whole system.

Drive unit for tribological investigations

TM 260

Drive unit for tribological investigations

Modular experimental system for sliding and rolling friction.

Rolling friction in friction wheels

TM 260.01

Rolling friction in friction wheels

Slip forces in two discs rubbing together.

Elasto-hydrodynamic behaviour

TM 260.02

Elasto-hydrodynamic behaviour

Investigation of the form and thickness of lubrication films.

Dynamic friction in pin - disk

TM 260.03

Dynamic friction in pin - disk

Investigations into wear on pairs of friction materials with surface contact.

Frictional vibrations

TM 260.04

Frictional vibrations

Differences between static and sliding friction, instability.

Dynamic friction in cylindrical pin - roller

TM 260.05

Dynamic friction in cylindrical pin - roller

Investigation of wear in pairs of friction materials with point of contact.

Pressure distribution in journal bearings

TM 260.06

Pressure distribution in journal bearings

Demonstration of pressure distribution in a plain bearing with hydrodynamic lubrication.

Bearing friction

TM 232

Bearing frictionr

Sliding bearing friction with different bearing material pairings and comparison with rolling bearing friction.

Pressure distribution in journal bearings

TM 280

Pressure distribution in journal bearings

Illustrates the principle of hydrodynamic lubrication.

Friction in journal bearings

TM 282

Friction in journal bearings

Learning the fundamentals of hydrodynamic lubrication by experimentation.

Journal bearing with hydrodynamic lubrication

TM 290

Journal bearing with hydrodynamic lubrications

Investigation of friction in a hydrodynamically lubricated journal bearing.

Corrosion of metals

CE 105

Corrosion of metals

Parallel investigation of different influencing factors on different metal samples.

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