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Influence of Processing Conditions on the Wear Resistance of Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene pp. 195-210 $100.00
Authors:  (Lorenz M. Brunner, Theo A. Tervoort and Paul Smith)
Abstract:
This study is concerned with the detailed relation between processing conditions and
the three-body abrasive wear resistance of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene
(UHMWPE). For this purpose, commercial-grade UHMWPE powder was processed
according to a variety of different procedures resulting in samples of vastly different
morphologies, ranging from fully homogeneous to samples with excessive amounts of
grain boundaries. Subsequently, the wear coefficients of the objects produced were
determined employing a micro-scale abrasive wear apparatus. It was shown that
morphology only has a moderate influence and that the primary requirement for
achieving high abrasion resistance is the complete absence of oxygen during processing
of UHMWPE reactor powder. 


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Influence of Processing Conditions on the Wear Resistance of Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene pp. 195-210