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Analysis of Tribological Behavior of Aluminum Metal Matrix Composite Reinforced with Rise Husk Ash (RHA) using Response Surface Methodology : A Review

Author(s):

Jitendra Kumar Pappu , Millennium institute Of Technology, Bhopal; Nishant Vibhav Saxsena, Millennium institute Of Technology, Bhopal

Keywords:

Rise Husk Ash (RHA), Aluminium Metal Matrix Composites (AMMCs)

Abstract

The main intention of introducing this thesis is to achieve the optimization of Tribological Behavior of Aluminum Metal Matrix Composite Reinforced with Rise Husk Ash (RHA) using Response Surface Methodology. On the basis of exhaustive literature review, it has been found that Reduction of fuel consumption and vehicle emissions is major challenge in front of automotive industry. Which can achieved by reducing weight of vehicle and frictional losses in engine. Aluminium is lighter than standard materials used in engine industry (grey cast iron and steel). Its utilization reduces mass, and increases the efficiency, and thus satisfies the basic requirements on fuel economy and vehicle emissions. Unfortunately their tribological properties are not satisfactory, which limits their application in manufacturing the tribomechanical components. One of the possible solutions for this problem is use of Aluminium Metal Matrix Composites (AMMCs). It can utilized for manufacturing pistons, cylinders, engine blocks, brakes and power transfer system elements.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I110351
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 11
Publication Date: 01/02/2020
Page(s): 668-669

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