Glass fibre is distinctive fragile material, because of erosion is majorly caused by destruction mechanism as plastic deformation or micro-cracking due to the influence of particle. In a fragile manner, destruction is supposed to enhance with the escalation of kinetic energy (K.E) loss. The loss of kinetic energy has a maximum at an interloper angle of 90 degrees, where erosion ratio is determined for fragile materials. Particularly in unidirectional fibre reinforced polymers, this is a durable relationship amongst the particle interlope angle and fibre trend. Under the similar influence, the matrix material is definitely removed, the elements hit the fibre straight. Therefore, the interface between matrix and fibre develops less prevailing. On the other hand, in the circumstance of vertical impact, the confrontation to the horizontal component of the twisting moment is inferior and bales of fibres get determined and broken more effortlessly. In arbitrary oriented diminutive fibre reinforced polymer composites, it is an interesting morphology, which shakes the erosive wear enactment of materials.
The composite material comprises a mixture of pliable (polymer) and fragile (short fibre) components. Therefore, random fibre placement with respect to the interlope angle such as perpendicular, parallel and angular of the particles, which provides an obfuscate wear morphology. Polyphenylene sulphide (PPS) components have been used in structural materials and coating in different applications, that should be work below erosive wear conditions. Consequently, the study of their performance below erosive wear circumstances has a significant place in device design. Furthermore, a systematic and comprehensive study of the erosion of arbitrary oriented calcium carbonate and glass fibre filled fusion PPS composites have not been performed formerly.
The objective of existing examination is to study about solid particle erosion properties of arbitrarily oriented calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and glass fibre mineral particles reinforced fusion PPS composites below different experimental situations. The reported work on this study is a part of taken as a whole project with aim of to analyze data and experiments on polymer composite due to solid particle erosion. General experimental method other than different tests consisted of slurry pot erosion tester, slurry used is water and normal sand and sand is used in different amounts in each test. Whereas, analytical efforts have comprised stress and strain behavior along with creep and modeling deformation of these materials. Experimental data has been considered on strain rate along with temperature effects as well as creep and stress-strain models reported somewhere else.