Effect of carbonization on mechanical and tribological behavior of a copper–phenolic-based friction material

@inproceedings{Ho2005EffectOC,
  title={Effect of carbonization on mechanical and tribological behavior of a copper–phenolic-based friction material},
  author={Shu Chuen Ho and J. H. Chern Lin and C. P. Ju},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract The effects of carbonization on the mechanical and tribological behavior of a copper/phenolic resin-based semi-metallic friction material were investigated. The results show that a lower carbonization rate leads to a material having higher compressive strength and hardness, as well as fewer cracks. A lower carbonization temperature results in a material with a weak XPS signal of the C–OH bond, while a higher carbonization temperature results in low C–H intensity and increased C–C… CONTINUE READING

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