Education, Science, Technology, Innovation and Life
Open Access
Sign In

Study on the Mechanism of the Generation of Plaque Defects on the Tooth Surface of High Speed Railway Transmission Gears

Download as PDF

DOI: 10.23977/pmcp.2022.030102 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 775

Author(s)

Hui Li 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Hydrogen Link (Jiangsu) High Tech Co., Ltd., Changzhou, 213164, China

Corresponding Author

Hui Li

ABSTRACT

High-speed railways play an important role in the development of the national regional economy, where the performance of the transmission gears directly affects their reliability and safety. A study was conducted to investigate the mechanism of the defect through chemical composition inspection, macroscopic observation, microscopic morphology, hardness testing and microstructure analysis of a regular crater defect on the tooth surface of a transmission gear found in the maintenance of a high-speed railway train. The results of the study show that the crater defect is a partial melt and mechanical wear caused by galvanic corrosion, which is due to inadequate insulation of the rail to ground and partial dispersion of the current breaking through the thin oil film between the high-speed rotating gears to produce spark discharge, which in turn forms galvanic corrosion.

KEYWORDS

Transmission gears, Galvanic corrosion, Friction, Wear

CITE THIS PAPER

Hui Li, Study on the Mechanism of the Generation of Plaque Defects on the Tooth Surface of High Speed Railway Transmission Gears. Progress in Materials Chemistry and Physics (2022) Vol. 3: 9-16. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/pmcp.2022.030102.

REFERENCES

[1] Mejuto Diego, G. (2022) Theorizing nation-building through high-speed rail development: Hegemony and space in the Basque Country, Spain. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 54, 554-571. 
[2] Ruobing, K.; Zhigang, K. (2021) Structural Strength Analysis of High Current Connector for Rail Transit. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2095, 012-023. 
[3] Xin, L.; Yu, Y.; Zhantao, W.; Ke, Y.; Haidong, S.; Junsheng, C. (2022) High-accuracy gearbox health state recognition based on graph sparse random vector functional link network. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 218, 108-117. 
[4] Feng, Y.; Xiaochun, Z.; Chunyu, L.; Jun, L. (2021) Analysis and Research on Fracture Cause of Fixed Shaft of Torsion Arm of Wind Turbine Gearbox. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2133, 012-039. 
[5] Yunmin, W.; Guohua, C.; Youliang, Y.; Jingjing, W. (2022) Does high-speed rail stimulate cross-city technological innovation collaboration? Evidence from China. Transport Policy, 116, 119-131. 
[6] Gronostajski, Z.; Hawryluk, M.; Widomski, P.; Kaszuba, M.; Nowak, B.; Polak, S.; Rychlik, M.; Ziemba, J.; Zwierzchowski, M. (2019) Selected effective methods of increasing the durability of forging tools in hot forging processes. Procedia. Manuf, 27, 124–129. 
[7] Yanliang,N.; Huimin, L.; Kunhui, Y.; Amin,M.; Xiaopeng, D. (2022) Determinants of Coopetition Relationships in International Joint Ventures for High-Speed Rail Projects. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, 04, 1-22. 
[8] Ke Liang, W.; Su Qin, P.; Fu Qin, Z.; Zhuang, M. (2022) Does high-speed rail improve China’s urban environmental efficiency? Empirical evidence from a quasi-natural experiment. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 11, 1-22. 
[9] Zhenhua, C.; Anthony, P.;Xingju, W. (2021)High-speed rail and the environment. Transportation Research Part D, 101, 103-112. 
[10] Yahong, L.; Chengxiang, T.;Tao, B.; Daisheng, T. (2021) Association of High-Speed Rail and Tuberculosis Transmission in Newly Integrated Regions: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from China. International Journal of Public Health, 66, 160-169. 
[11] Shengli, C.; Shaowen, W.; Caijun, Z.; Qingjun, Z. (2022) Three-Dimensional Morphology and Analysis of Widmanstätten Sideplates Ferrite. Metals, 12, 523-530. 
[12] JinSeok, P.; JeongHyeon, K.; YongCheol, J.; HeeTae, K.; SeulKee, K.; JaeMyung, L. (2022) Effect of Corrugated Sheet Diameter on Structural Behavior under Cryogenic Temperature and Hydrodynamic Load. Metals, 12, 521-531. 
[13] Jon,S.; Jacques, L. (2022)Casting Defects in Sand-Mold Cast Irons—An Illustrated Review with Emphasis on Spheroidal Graphite Cast Irons. Metals, 12, 504-516. 
[14] Chunsheng, C.; Jinhao, N.; Yuxin, L.; Qingfeng, G.; Jie, C.; Pengfei, Z.; Jie, W. (2022) Wear Resistance of FeCrAlNbNi Alloyed Zone via Laser Surface Alloying on 304 Stainless Steel. Metals, 12, 467-478. 
[15] Uchic, M.D.; Groeber, M.A.; Dimiduk, D.M.; Simmons, J.P. (2006) 3D micro structural characterization of nickel superalloys via serial-sectioning using a dual beam FIB-SEM. Scr. Mater, 55, 23–28. 
[16] Cao, S.; Tirry, W.; Van Broek, D.; Schryvers, D. (2009) Optimization of a FIB/SEM slice-and-view study of the 3D distribution of Ni4Ti3 precipitates in Ni–Ti. J. Microsc, 233, 61–68. 
[17] Zankel, A.; Wagner, J.; Peter, P. (2014) Serial sectioning methods for 3D investigations in materials science. Micron, 62, 66–78. 
[18] Thiago, D.; Yuri A., M.; Wislei R, O. (2022) The Holes of Zn Phosphate and Hot Dip Galvanizing on Electrochemical Behaviors of Multi-Coatings on Steel Substrates. Metals, 12, 863-872. 
[19] QiWei, W.; JunXi, Z.; Yan,G.; NianWei, D.; YunXiang, C.; DeYuan, L.; XiaoJian, X. (2022)Galvanic Effect and Alternating Current Corrosion of Steel in Acidic Red Soil. Metals, 12, 296-305. 
[20] Pei, Z.; Xiao, K.; Lihong, C.; Qing, L.; Jun, W.; Lingwei, M.; Xiaogang, L. (2020) Investigation of Corrosion Behaviors on an Fe/Cu-Type ACM Sensor under Various Environments. Metals, 10, 905-912. 
[21] Kangchun, L.; Seho, S.; Ganggyu, L.; Gyeonghui, Y.; Donghyeok, K.; Junha, H.;Hojin, J.; Taeseup, S.; Ungyu, P. (2021)Galvanic corrosion inhibition from aspect of bonding orbital theory in Cu/Ru barrier CMP. Scientific Reports, 11, 212-224. 
[22] Groeber, M.A.; Haley, B.K.; Uchic, M.D. (2006)3D reconstruction and characterization of polycrystalline microstructures using a FIB-SEM system. Mater. Charact, 57, 259–273. 
[23] Fan, G.H.; Zhang, Y.B.; Driver, J.H.; Jensen, D.J. (2014) Oriented growth during recrystallization revisited in three dimensions. Scr. Mater, 72, 9–12. 
[24] Wu, S.; Zhang, C.; Zhu, L.; Zhang, Q.; Ma, X. (2020) In-depth analysis of intragranular acicular ferrite three-dimensional morphology. Scr. Mater, 185, 61–65. 
[25] Finn, S.; Franziska, R.; Sören, E.; Carey Leroy, W.; Moritz, B. (2022) Relation between the Fatigue and Fracture Ductile-Brittle Transition in S500 Welded Steel Joints. Metals, 12, 385-396.

Downloads: 98
Visits: 7352

Sponsors, Associates, and Links


All published work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright © 2016 - 2031 Clausius Scientific Press Inc. All Rights Reserved.