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Brinelling /ˈbrɪnəlɪŋ/ is the permanent indentation of a hard surface. It is named after the Brinell scale of hardness, in which a small ball is pushed against a hard surface at a preset level of force, and the depth and diameter of the mark indicates the Brinell hardness of the surface. Brinelling is permanent plastic deformation of a surface, and usually occurs while two surfaces in contact are stationary (such as rolling elements and the raceway of a bearings) and the material yield strength has been exceeded. The brinelling is undesirable, as the parts often mate with other parts in very close proximity. The very small indentations can quickly lead to improper operation, such as chattering or excess vibration, which in turn can accelerate other forms of wear, such as spalling and ultim

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  • Brinelling /ˈbrɪnəlɪŋ/ is the permanent indentation of a hard surface. It is named after the Brinell scale of hardness, in which a small ball is pushed against a hard surface at a preset level of force, and the depth and diameter of the mark indicates the Brinell hardness of the surface. Brinelling is permanent plastic deformation of a surface, and usually occurs while two surfaces in contact are stationary (such as rolling elements and the raceway of a bearings) and the material yield strength has been exceeded. The brinelling is undesirable, as the parts often mate with other parts in very close proximity. The very small indentations can quickly lead to improper operation, such as chattering or excess vibration, which in turn can accelerate other forms of wear, such as spalling and ultimately, failure of the bearing. (en)
  • Le matage est une déformation plastique localisée de la matière sous l'effet d'un choc ou d'une pression élevée. Article détaillé : Pression de contact. (fr)
  • Брінелюва́ння (англ. brinelling) або руйнува́ння втиска́нням — явище руйнування матеріалу, яке відбувається, коли статичні зусилля в місці контакту криволінійних поверхонь призводять до появи локальних пластичних деформацій в одного або в обох дотичних елементів, в результаті чого відбувається необоротна зміна форми поверхні. (uk)
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  • Le matage est une déformation plastique localisée de la matière sous l'effet d'un choc ou d'une pression élevée. Article détaillé : Pression de contact. (fr)
  • Брінелюва́ння (англ. brinelling) або руйнува́ння втиска́нням — явище руйнування матеріалу, яке відбувається, коли статичні зусилля в місці контакту криволінійних поверхонь призводять до появи локальних пластичних деформацій в одного або в обох дотичних елементів, в результаті чого відбувається необоротна зміна форми поверхні. (uk)
  • Brinelling /ˈbrɪnəlɪŋ/ is the permanent indentation of a hard surface. It is named after the Brinell scale of hardness, in which a small ball is pushed against a hard surface at a preset level of force, and the depth and diameter of the mark indicates the Brinell hardness of the surface. Brinelling is permanent plastic deformation of a surface, and usually occurs while two surfaces in contact are stationary (such as rolling elements and the raceway of a bearings) and the material yield strength has been exceeded. The brinelling is undesirable, as the parts often mate with other parts in very close proximity. The very small indentations can quickly lead to improper operation, such as chattering or excess vibration, which in turn can accelerate other forms of wear, such as spalling and ultim (en)
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  • Brinelling (en)
  • Matage (mécanique) (fr)
  • Брінелювання (uk)
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