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The ability of precision hard turning to increase rolling contact fatigue life

Abstract : In this paper, precision hard turning is proposed for the finishing of the AISI 52100 bearing components to improve rolling contact fatigue life. This finishing process induces a homogenous microstructure at surface and subsurface layers. Fatigue life tests performed on a twin-disk machine show that rolling contact fatigue life increases as Ra value decreases. The bearing components reached 0.32 million cycles for Ra=0.25 μm and 5.2 million cycles for Ra=0.11 μm. In comparison, the bearing components achieved 1.2 million cycles with grinding (Ra=0.2 μm) and 3.2 million cycles with grinding followed by honing (Ra=0.05 μm) respectively.
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Nabil Jouini, Philippe Revel, P.-E. Mazeran, Maxence Bigerelle. The ability of precision hard turning to increase rolling contact fatigue life. Tribology International, Elsevier, 2013, 59, pp.141-146. ⟨10.1016/j.triboint.2012.07.010⟩. ⟨hal-03616155⟩

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