The objective of this work is to investigate the tribological behavior between WC-Co cemented carbide and austenitic stainless steel under repeated rotation sliding. Influences of cobalt content of commercial grade cemented tungsten carbide on friction coefficient and material transfer phenomena have been explored. The average grain size were ranges between 0.
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Iron-cobalt alloys have long been known in the art to be suitable for electromagnetic structures, such as cores in alternating current electrical apparatus. Difficulty has been encountered in the past, however, in the processing of such alloy laminations due to their brittleness, especially when the material is subjected to certain heat treatments for improving their magnetic properties. Prior attempts to overcome this problem have not been entirely successful, either because they were excessively time consuming or produced improved ductility only at the expense of optimum magnetic properties, or the proposed measures were not effective when applied to iron-cobalt alloys of high purity.