Erosive wear measurement in spool valves

N. D. Vaughan, D. G. Tilley, P. E. Pomeroy

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Abstract

The authors describe the early stages of a programme to investigate the wear sensitivity of spool valves to abrasive contaminant in the fluid flow. Wear mechanisms in valves and aspects of test rig design are discussed. Methods of assessing wear are considered, both during and after completion of a test. Preliminary results are presented to highlight the difference between these methods and illustrate the changes in geometry that take place during the wear test.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 1993
Event Annual Earthmoving Industry Conference - Peoria, IL, USA United States
Duration: 20 Apr 199321 Apr 1993

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Conference Annual Earthmoving Industry Conference
CountryUSA United States
CityPeoria, IL
Period20/04/9321/04/93

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Reels
Wear of materials
Abrasives
Flow of fluids
Impurities
Geometry

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Vaughan, N. D., Tilley, D. G., & Pomeroy, P. E. (1993). Erosive wear measurement in spool valves. Paper presented at Annual Earthmoving Industry Conference, Peoria, IL, USA United States. https://doi.org/10.4271/931178

Erosive wear measurement in spool valves. / Vaughan, N. D.; Tilley, D. G.; Pomeroy, P. E.

1993. Paper presented at Annual Earthmoving Industry Conference, Peoria, IL, USA United States.

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Vaughan, ND, Tilley, DG & Pomeroy, PE 1993, 'Erosive wear measurement in spool valves', Paper presented at Annual Earthmoving Industry Conference, Peoria, IL, USA United States, 20/04/93 - 21/04/93. https://doi.org/10.4271/931178
Vaughan ND, Tilley DG, Pomeroy PE. Erosive wear measurement in spool valves. 1993. Paper presented at Annual Earthmoving Industry Conference, Peoria, IL, USA United States. https://doi.org/10.4271/931178
Vaughan, N. D. ; Tilley, D. G. ; Pomeroy, P. E. / Erosive wear measurement in spool valves. Paper presented at Annual Earthmoving Industry Conference, Peoria, IL, USA United States.
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