Material Characterization and Real-Time Wear Evaluation of Pistons and Cylinder Liners of the Tiger 131 Military Tank

@article{Saeed2013MaterialCA,
  title={Material Characterization and Real-Time Wear Evaluation of Pistons and Cylinder Liners of the Tiger 131 Military Tank},
  author={Adil Saeed and Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan and Mark Hadfield and Steve Davies},
  journal={Tribology Transactions},
  year={2013},
  volume={56},
  pages={637 - 644}
}
Material characterization and wear evaluation of the original and replacement pistons and cylinder liners from a Tiger 131 are reported. The original piston and cylinder liner were operative in the Tiger engine during WWII. The replacement piston and cylinder liner were used as substitutes and were obtained after failure in 2 h of operation in the actual engine. Material characterization revealed that the original piston was aluminum silicon hypereutectic alloy approximately matching the… Expand
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