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Resistance of modified material surfaces for agricultural tillage tools to wear by soil particles

I. Vidaković orcid id ; Faculty of Agrobiotechnical Sciences Osijek, Croatia
G. Heffer ; Faculty of Agrobiotechnical Sciences Osijek, Croatia
K. Grilec orcid id ; The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Zagreb, Croatia
I. Samardžić ; Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Slavonski Brod, Croatia

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Agricultural tillage tools are exposed to various forms of wear during operation. Abrasive wear by soil particles is the most important wear form, and the most exposed to it are representatives of tools whose working parts are in direct contact with the soil during work - plows, subsoilers, disc harrows, harrows, cultivators, etc. The factors of wear process can be divided into three categories - abrasive soil conditions, tillage tool properties and operational factors. The paper presents a research of the abrasive wear of modified material surfaces (quenched, cladded and boronized) during motion in the mass of soil particles at different speeds and a comparison of their abrasion resistance.


abrasive wear, soil particles, tillage tools, modified material surface, motion speed

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