Composite and Composite Coatings
Mechanical and Tribology Aspects
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Covers different types of fibers, reinforcements, matrix, and technologies used to produce composite materials.
Details the tribology behavior of different novel composite coatings fabricated using different coating techniques.
Reviews research on wear behavior of composite materials and coatings.
Discusses reinforcement behavior with respect to the different processing routes.
Illustrates rule of mixtures, failures, theories behind the strengthening mechanism.
This book aims at professionals, graduate students and researchers in mechanical engineering, design engineering, composite materials, composite coatings, tribology, automobile, and aircraft.
Forlag: CRC Press
Format: 23 x 16 cm
S.Sathish, L.Prabhu, S.Gokulkumar, N.Karthi, D.Balaji, N.Vigneshkumar
Chapter 2 Tribology properties of Fiber reinforced Polymer composites
Vijay Chaudhary and Sumit Gupta
Chapter 3 Tribological behavior of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites (FRPC)
Ashok Raj J, Arulmani L, Lavuluri Thrinai Pavan and Kadiyala B Drupad
Chapter 4 Effect of reinforcements on the tribological properties of Polymer composites
N. Thangapandian and M.Satthiyaraju
Chapter 5 Mechanical and tribological behaviour of Particulate Reinforced Metal Matrix Composite
A.S.Vivekananda and J. Jenix Rino
Chapter 6 Tribological Properties of Metal Matrix Composites
S. Darius Gnanaraj and T. Ram Prabhu
Chapter 7 Achieving Exceptional Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Metal Matrix Composites through stir casting followed by cryorolling
S. Vigneshwaran, P. Seenuvasaperumal, C. Chinthanai Selvan, R. Palanivel and Mohammad Abdur Rasheed
Chapter 8 Tribological properties of ceramic reinforced metal matrix composite
V. Kavimani, P.M. Gopal, Titus Thankachan and K. Soorya Prakash
Chapter 9 Tensile and wear behaviour of MMCs reinforced with metallic particles by solid-state technique
S. Vigneshwaran, R. Palanivel, Adel Alblawi and R. F. Laubscher
Chapter 10 Composites for corrosive wear applications
Titus Thankachan, V. Kavimani and P.M. Gopal
Chapter 11 Composite for high temperature wear applications
P.M. Gopal, V. Kavimani and Titus Thankachan
Chapter 12 Influence of wear parameter on friction and wear behaviour of FSPed Al/CaCO3 surface composite
M. Sivanesh Prabhu, A. Elayaperumal, M. Wasim Khan and M. S. Jagatheeshwaran
Chapter 13 Potential applications of nano-enhanced PCM composites
Gopi Kannan K, Kamatchi R and Dsilva Winfred Rufuss D
Chapter 14 Bioshells and calcium based composite coating for tribology applications
M. Wasim Khan, A. Elayaperumal, M. Sivanesh Prabhu and A. Tajdeen
Dr. S. Arulvel was born in vellore district, Tamlnadu, India. I completed my UG (Aeronautical) in 2010 in Hindustan College of engineering, Tamilnadu, India and, PG (Mechanical) in 2014 in Anna University, India. From 2015 – 2017, he served as a junior research fellow and senior research fellow (2017-2019) at Anna university, Chennai, India under the UGC scheme of government of India. Currently he is working as Assistant Professor in School of Mechanical Engineering, VIT, Vellore, India. He has 5 years research experience with high impact journals of various research areas include Materials Engineering, Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Material Characterization, Metallurgical Engineering, Surface Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering. He also serves as reviewer and Editor in various national and international journals/conferences. He published various research articles subjected to the composites, surface coating and friction – wear applications. He also received a best researcher ward in Surface coating awarded by "International Journal for Research under Literal Access" Accredited by, "World Research Council".
Dr. K. Jayakrishna is an Associate professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering at the Vellore Institute of Technology University, India. Dr. Jayakrishna’s research is focused on the design and management of manufacturing systems and supply chains to enhance efficiency, productivity and sustainability performance. More recent research is in the area of developing tools and techniques to enable value creation through sustainable manufacturing, including methods to facilitate more sustainable product design for closed-loop material flow in industrial symbiotic setup, and developing sustainable products using hybrid bio composites. He has mentored undergraduate and graduate students (2 M.Tech Thesis and 24 B.Tech Thesis) which have so far led to 40 journal publications in leading SCI/ SCOPUS Indexed journals, 17 book chapters, and 85 refereed conference proceedings. Dr. Jayakrishna’s team has received numerous awards in recognition for the quality of the work that has been produced. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the manufacturing and industrial systems area and his initiatives to improve teaching effectiveness have been recognized through national awards. He has also been awarded Institution of Engineers (India)-Young Engineer Award in 2019 and Distinguished Researcher Award in the field of Sustainable Systems Engineering in 2019 by International Institute of Organized Research.