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In addition, the lower wear rate of PEEK under the room temperature test could also be an effect of the higher hardness.
In this study, high-temperature tribological behaviors of PEEK under fretting wear conditions have been investigated by using a ball-on-disk oscillating reciprocating tribometer.
SEM images of the unworn surface (A) and worn surfaces (B-F) for PEEK under different temperature tests: (B) 25[degrees]C, (C) 100[degrees]C, (D) 150[degrees]C, (E) 200[degrees]C, and (F) 250[degrees]C.
Microetching morphologies of the unworn surface (A) and worn surfaces (B-F) for PEEK under different temperature tests: (B) 25[degrees]C, (C) 100[degrees]C, (D) 150[degrees]C, (E) 200[degrees]C, and (F) 250[degrees]C.