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"Coefficient of Friction for AMSC5541 Coated Surfaces"



 

I was wondering what the coefficient of friction is for Aluminum surfaces coated with AMS C5541 [withdrawn / link is to spec at TechStreet] chemical conversion coating?

Our analysis guy is using sliding friction force between the two AMSC5541 coated parts to take the shear loads. This joint is mainly tension, but he wants an accurate coefficient to model the shear component.

We were just wondering if it was less than aluminum on aluminum.

Thanks

Roger Leach
- Magna, Utah, USA
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