Acta Scientific Agriculture (ASAG)(ISSN: 2581-365X)

Research Article Volume 4 Issue 5

Improving the Durability of Agricultural Machinery Parts by Applying Antifriction Coatings

Yakov Nemyrovskyi1*, Ihor Shepelenko2 and Olha Medvedieva1

1Department of Ecology and Environmental Protection, Central Ukrainian National Technical University, Ukraine
2Department of Operation and Repair of Machines, Central Ukrainian National Technical University, Ukraine

*Corresponding Author: Yakov Nemyrovskyi, Department of Ecology and Environmental Protection, Central Ukrainian National Technical University, Ukraine.

Received: March 20, 2020; Published: April 29, 2020



  An analysis of the literature showed that the problem of increasing the durability of the friction parts of agricultural machinery (AGM) can be successfully solved by applying antifriction coatings on their surface. The analysis of the existing anti-friction coating application schemes showed that the most simple, resource-saving and environmentally friendly is the method of finishing antifriction non-abrasive treatment (FANT). The possibility and feasibility of using FANT with respect to AGM friction units have been proved. To achieve higher performance properties of parts with anti-friction coatings, combined processing using FANT and deforming broaching is proposed. Using cylinder liners as an example, it is proved that the use of the proposed technology improves the working capacity and durability of rubbing parts of AGM, thereby increasing the life of tribo-joints of mobile AGM and can be recommended both in the manufacture and in the restoration of friction parts of mobile agricultural machines.

Keywords: Agricultural Machinery; Durability; Anti-Friction Coating; Finishing Anti-Friction Non-Abrasive Treatment; Deforming Broaching



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Citation: Yakov Nemyrovskyi., et al. “Improving the Durability of Agricultural Machinery Parts by Applying Antifriction Coatings". Acta Scientific Agriculture 4.5 (2020): 46-49.


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