Evaluación de las propiedades tribológicas de materiales compuestos de matriz metálica (MMCs) procesados por técnicas de fabricación aditiva con haz láser (SLM)

  • Elkin Martínez Instituto Tecnológico Metalmecánico, Mueble, Madera, Embalaje y Afines, AIDIMME
  • Octavio Andrés González-Estrada Universidad Industrial de Santander http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2778-3389
  • Alejandro Martínez Grupo Nuevas Tecnologías, Universidad de Santander

Resumen

En este artículo se investigaron las propiedades mecánicas y tribológicas de materiales compuestos de matriz de acero (acero inoxidable 316L reforzado con partículas cerámicas Cr3C2) procesados por tecnologías de fabricación aditiva de fusión selectiva con láser (SLM). Se estudió el comportamiento a desgaste con el ensayo “pin-on-disk” a temperatura ambiente y se observó la superficie desgastada mediante microscopía electrónica de barrido (SEM). Los resultados indicaron que el coeficiente de fricción no tiene una tendencia clara o relación directa cuando se varía el porcentaje de refuerzo mientras que la tasa de desgaste disminuye con el aumento del contenido de refuerzo. Las mejores propiedades se obtuvieron con un 6% en peso de refuerzo.

Palabras clave: Ensayo “pin-on-disk”, coeficiente de fricción, tasa de desgaste, materiales compuestos de matriz metálica (MMCs), fabricación aditiva (AM), fusión selectiva con láser (SLM), superficie de desgaste modelo

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Biografía del autor

Elkin Martínez, Instituto Tecnológico Metalmecánico, Mueble, Madera, Embalaje y Afines, AIDIMME
Instituto Tecnológico Metalmecánico, Mueble, Madera, Embalaje y Afines, AIDIMME, Valencia, España
Octavio Andrés González-Estrada, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Ingeniero Mecánico, MSc, PhD
Escuela de Ingeniería Mecánica

Alejandro Martínez, Grupo Nuevas Tecnologías, Universidad de Santander

Doctor

Grupo Nuevas Tecnologías, Universidad de Santander, Bucaramanga

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2016-12-10

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