Transient Tribological Phenomena in Drawbead Simulation

Paper #:
  • 920634

Published:
  • 1992-02-01
Citation:
Schey, J. and Watts, S., "Transient Tribological Phenomena in Drawbead Simulation," SAE Technical Paper 920634, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/920634.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
Details of the development of metal transfer and friction were studied by drawing cold-rolled bare, galvannealed, electrogalvanized, and hot-dip galvanized strips with a mineral-oil lubricant of 30 cSt viscosity at 40 C, over a total distance of 2500 mm by three methods. An initial high friction peak was associated with metal transfer to the beads and was largest with pure zinc and smallest with Fe-Zn coatings. Insertion of a new strip disturbed the coating and led to the development of secondary peaks. Long-term trends were governed by the stability of the coating. Stearic acid added to mineral oil delayed stabilization of the coating and increased contact area and thus friction with pure zinc surfaces. The usual practice of reporting average friction values can hide valuable information on lubrication mechanisms and metal transfer.
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