This online lecture will provide an overview on the current research in rolling contact fatigue (RCF), focusing on the elucidating the formation drivers, initiation and growth mechanisms of white etching cracks (WECs), white etching bands (WEBs) and dark etching region (DER) in bearing steels.
Details of the research on RCF conducted Prof. Wang and her team at nCATS will be introduced, including tribological testing, material/chemical analysis and feature characterisation using light optical microscope (LOM), scanning electron microscope (SEM), transmission electron microscope (TEM) and atomic probe tomography (APT) techniques.
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