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JPWO2016013110A1
JPWO2016013110A1 JP2014069689A JP2016535609A JPWO2016013110A1 JP WO2016013110 A1 JPWO2016013110 A1 JP WO2016013110A1 JP 2014069689 A JP2014069689 A JP 2014069689A JP 2016535609 A JP2016535609 A JP 2016535609A JP WO2016013110 A1 JPWO2016013110 A1 JP WO2016013110A1
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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It is a composite member having a core material and a linear surface member, and has high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member, and exhibits excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member. A composite member is provided. The present invention is a composite member in which a linear surface member is wound around and bonded to a core material, the core material containing a conductive material, and before the linear surface member is bonded Is a shape in which the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line is different from the distance (D2) to the second point, and the minimum value of the distance from the center of gravity to the contour line This is a composite member having (Dmin) of 5 μm or more and a fluctuation range represented by the following formula (1) of 100% or more. (In Expression (1), R represents the fluctuation range of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline, and Dmax represents the maximum value of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline.)

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The present invention is a composite member having a core material and a linear surface member, which has high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member, and exhibits excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member. The present invention relates to a composite member that can be exhibited.

In transportation equipment, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, housing equipment, etc., in order to transmit the action by hand operation such as pulling, pushing, rotating etc. to the remote part or narrow part with minimum energy loss, A sliding member is used.

The sliding member is required to have performances such as toughness, high flexibility, high slidability, and excellent durability.
Conventionally, for example, a sliding member is known in which a porous layer is provided on the surface of a base material made of metal or the like, and this porous layer is impregnated with a sliding layer containing a solid lubricant. For example, Patent Document 1 includes a base material, a porous layer provided on the surface of the base material, and a sliding layer impregnated and coated on the porous layer. A sliding member characterized by comprising imidazole and 1 to 70 vol% solid lubricant is described. However, in the sliding member described in Patent Document 1, the sliding resistance may become too large, or the adhesive force of the sliding layer may be reduced when a lubricating oil is used in combination. There is also a problem that the type of base material is likely to be limited.

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The present invention is a composite member having a core material and a linear surface member, which has high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member, and exhibits excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member. It aims at providing the composite member which can be exhibited.

The present invention is a composite member in which a linear surface member is wound around and bonded to a core material, the core material containing a conductive material, and before the linear surface member is bonded Is a shape in which the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line is different from the distance (D2) to the second point, and the minimum value of the distance from the center of gravity to the contour line This is a composite member having (Dmin) of 5 μm or more and a fluctuation range represented by the following formula (1) of 100% or more.
The present invention is described in detail below.

In Expression (1), R represents the fluctuation range of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline, and Dmax represents the maximum value of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline.

The inventor has found that a composite member in which a linear surface member is wound around a core material made of a predetermined material and bonded can exhibit excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member. I found it. This is presumably because the surface irregularities are formed on the outer surface of the composite member by the linear surface members bonded together in the wound state, and the frictional resistance is reduced.
Further, the present inventor shows that the cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member before joining is different from the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line and the distance (D2) to the second point. It has been found that a composite member that has high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member and can exhibit excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member can be obtained. The present invention has been completed.

The composite member of the present invention is a composite member in which a linear surface member is wound around and bonded to a core material.
By having such a structure, the composite member of the present invention can exhibit excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member. This is presumably because the surface irregularities are formed on the outer surface of the composite member by the linear surface members bonded together in the wound state, and the frictional resistance is reduced.
FIG. 1 schematically shows an example of the composite member of the present invention. In the composite member 1 of the present invention shown in FIG. 1, the linear surface member 3 is wound and bonded along the outer periphery of the core material 2. Surface irregularities are formed on the outer surface of the composite member 1 of the present invention shown in FIG. 1 by a linear surface member 3 bonded together in a wound state.

The cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member before joining is a shape in which the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the outline is different from the distance (D2) to the second point.
“The shape in which the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line is different from the distance (D2) to the second point” is “the distance from the center of gravity to the contour line is on the contour line. It can also be referred to as “a shape that varies depending on the position”. The first point and the second point may be arbitrary points on the outline, and are not particularly limited.
In FIG. 2, an example of the cross-sectional shape before joining of the linear surface member in the composite member of this invention is shown typically. The cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member 3 before joining shown in FIG. 2 is an elliptical shape, and the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the outline and the distance (D2) to the second point. Is different.

The cross-sectional shape before joining the linear surface members is a shape in which the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line is different from the distance (D2) to the second point. Even if the linear surface member receives a twisting force in a state where it is wound around the core material, the rotational energy hardly changes because the potential energy changes depending on the rotational position in order to rotate. Therefore, even before the linear surface member is bonded to the core material, the positional relationship of the linear surface member with respect to the core material is stable. As a result, the composite member of the present invention has a high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member, and is a composite member that can exhibit excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member. Can do.
In addition, the said linear surface member is wound around a core material in the direction which the positional relationship with respect to a core material becomes stable naturally.
FIG. 3 schematically shows an example of the composite member of the present invention. In the composite member 1 of the present invention shown in FIG. 3, the cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member 3 before joining is an elliptical shape, and the composite member shown in FIG. The contact area of the linear surface member 3 with respect to the core material 2 is larger than that of the composite member 5) in which a perfectly circular linear surface member is wound and bonded.

In the cross-sectional shape before the linear surface member is attached, the minimum value (Dmin) of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline is 5 μm or more. If the Dmin is less than 5 μm, excellent sliding properties cannot be expressed. The preferable lower limit of Dmin is 15 μm, and the preferable upper limit is 150 μm.
The maximum value (Dmax) of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline is preferably 10 μm or more. If the above Dmax is less than 10 μm, it may be impossible to develop excellent slidability. The more preferable lower limit of Dmax is 30 μm, and the preferable upper limit is 300 μm.

The cross-sectional shape before joining of the linear surface members is a shape in which the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line is different from the distance (D2) to the second point, In addition to the Dmin being 5 μm or more, the fluctuation range of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline shown in the following formula (1) is 100% or more.
When the fluctuation range is less than 100%, the adhesion of the composite member may be lowered. The fluctuation range is preferably 150% or more. The upper limit of the fluctuation range is not particularly limited, but is preferably 400%.
In addition, the fluctuation range of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline is expressed by the following formula (1).
In Expression (1), R represents the fluctuation range of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline, and Dmax represents the maximum value of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline.

Specifically, the cross-sectional shape before the linear surface member is bonded is, for example, an elliptical shape, a rugby ball shape, an egg-shaped flat shape, a triangular shape, a Y shape, a W shape, an M shape, or a cross shape A polygonal shape or a kamaboko shape is preferable. The kamaboko shape refers to the shape of the capital letter D.

When the cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member before joining is an elliptical shape, the major axis is not particularly limited, but the preferred lower limit is 1 μm and the preferred upper limit is 5 mm. If the major axis is less than 1 μm, the effect of stabilizing the positional relationship with respect to the core material cannot be sufficiently obtained, and the adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member may be lowered. If the major axis exceeds 5 mm, the slidability of the composite member may be reduced. A more preferable lower limit of the major axis is 2 μm, and a more preferable upper limit is 4 mm.
Moreover, although a short axis is not specifically limited, A preferable minimum is 0.5 micrometer and a preferable upper limit is 3 mm. When the minor axis is less than 0.5 μm, the concave portions of the surface irregularities formed by the linear surface members bonded together in the wound state become shallow, and the slidability of the composite member may be lowered. When the minor axis exceeds 3 mm, the surface unevenness convex portion formed by the linear surface members bonded together in the wound state increases the area in contact with the sliding counterpart material, and the composite member slides. May decrease. A more preferable lower limit of the minor axis is 0.9 μm, and a more preferable upper limit is 2.5 mm.

When the cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member before joining is a triangular shape, the bottom is not particularly limited, but a preferable lower limit is 1 μm and a preferable upper limit is 5 mm. If the base is less than 1 μm, the effect of stabilizing the positional relationship with respect to the core material cannot be sufficiently obtained, and the adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member may be lowered. If the base exceeds 5 mm, the slidability of the composite member may deteriorate. A more preferable lower limit of the base is 2 μm, and a more preferable upper limit is 4 mm.
Also, the height is not particularly limited, but the preferred lower limit is 0.5 μm, the preferred upper limit is 3 mm, the more preferred lower limit is 0.9 μm, and the more preferred upper limit is 2.5 mm.

The distance (D1) from the center of gravity of the cross-sectional shape before joining the linear surface members to the first point of the outline line and the distance (D2) to the second point (D2), major axis and minor axis (in the case of an elliptical shape) The base and height (in the case of a triangular shape) can be measured by, for example, a method of measuring an image of a linear surface member taken with a microscope.

The material constituting the linear surface member is not particularly limited, and examples thereof include metals such as iron and stainless steel, fluorine resins, hydrophilic resins, polyester resins, polyamide resins, and polyolefin resins. It is done. These may be used independently and 2 or more types may be used together. Of these, a synthetic resin is preferable from the viewpoint of easy winding and bonding to the core material, and the slidability of the composite member when used as a sliding composite member can be further enhanced. More preferred are hydrophilic resins and polyolefin resins.

Specific examples of the fluororesin include, for example, polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF, melting point 160 to 180 ° C.), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE, melting point 330 ° C.), tetrafluoroethylene-hexafluoropropylene copolymer (FEP, Melting point 250-280 ° C.), tetrafluoroethylene-perfluoroalkyl vinyl ether copolymer (PFA, melting point 300-310 ° C.), ethylene-tetrafluoroethylene copolymer (ETFE, melting point 260-270 ° C.), polychlorotrifluoro Examples include ethylene (PCTFE, melting point 210 ° C.), tetrafluoroethylene-hexafluoropropylene-perfluoroalkyl vinyl ether copolymer (EPE, melting point 290 to 300 ° C.), and copolymers containing these polymers. Of these, PTFE, FEP, PFA, and ETFE are preferred because they have excellent sliding characteristics.

Examples of the hydrophilic resin include polyvinyl alcohol, polyvinyl pyrrolidone, polyethylene oxide polymer material, maleic anhydride polymer material, acrylamide polymer material, and water-soluble nylon.

The above-mentioned hydrophilic resin can also be used in combination with, for example, a thermoplastic resin. As the thermoplastic resin used in combination with the hydrophilic resin, a hydrophilic thermoplastic resin having a hydrophilic group in the molecule such as polyurethane, polyamide, EVOH and the like is preferable in that it can be melted or softened by heat treatment.

The form of the linear surface member may be a single wire or may be a stranded wire formed by twisting the same type of single wires. Further, it may be a stranded wire formed by twisting different types of single wires.

The method for producing the linear surface member is not particularly limited. For example, a conventionally known method such as a method of spinning a raw material by extrusion molding can be used. When the linear surface member uses a plurality of resins in combination, a method of melt-kneading and mixing, a method of forming a conjugate member such as a core sheath, side-by-side, sea-island structure, etc., each using a fibrous material For example, a method for producing processed fibers such as aligning, twisting, composite spinning, and covering can be exemplified. In particular, a core-sheath conjugate or a side-by-side conjugate is preferable. By making it a conjugate, desired slipperiness can be realized while maintaining good fusion with the core material.

The core material may be, for example, a rod shape, a wire shape, a columnar shape, a hollow cylindrical shape, or a bundle of these.
When the cross-sectional shape of the core material is substantially circular, the diameter is not particularly limited, but the preferable lower limit is 0.05 mm, the preferable upper limit is 1000 mm, the more preferable lower limit is 0.07 mm, and the more preferable upper limit is 900 mm. .

The core material contains a conductive material.
The conductive material is not particularly limited, but is preferably a metal such as iron, stainless steel, a cobalt-based alloy, or an alloy exhibiting pseudoelasticity (including a superelastic alloy). Among these, the core material preferably contains a metal, and the linear surface member is softened or melted by heat conduction from the electromagnetically heated core material to form the core material. More preferably, they are bonded together.
In this case, since the linear surface member quickly softens or melts at and near the contact interface with the core material, it is easy to maintain the molecular orientation that contributes to the physical properties of the linear surface member. The mechanical strength of can be kept higher. Further, unlike heating by heat transfer or radiation from the outside, energy beam irradiation, etc., the linear surface member softens or melts only at the contact interface with the core material and in the vicinity thereof, so that it becomes the outer surface of the composite member The surface unevenness on the side can be easily maintained, and the slidability can be improved.
In addition, electromagnetic induction heating causes a change in the magnetic field (magnetic flux density) by passing an alternating current through the coil, generates an induced current (eddy current) in the conductive material placed in the magnetic field, and the resistance This is a heating method using the principle of generating heat by the conductive material itself.
In addition to the fusion method using electromagnetic induction heating, a method of heating at a high temperature, a method of heating by far-infrared heating or energy beam irradiation such as laser, a method of thermocompression bonding, or the like may be used.

The form of the core material may be a single wire or a stranded wire formed by twisting the same type of single wires. Further, it may be a stranded wire formed by twisting different types of single wires.

When the core material contains a metal, specifically, for example, a resinous molded product containing a metal filler (for example, a cylindrical film, a wire, etc.), a plurality of metal-containing wire materials and / or metals. It is preferably a stranded wire of a wire not contained, a wire formed of a material having a different center portion and surface portion (for example, a wire material in which a thermosetting resin is coated on the outer surface of a center portion made of metal), or the like. .

In order for the linear surface member to be softened or melted by heat conduction from the core material heated by electromagnetic induction and to be fused to the core material, the material constituting the linear surface member is It is preferable to have a softening temperature lower than the softening temperature of the material constituting the core material.

The method for producing the composite member of the present invention is not particularly limited, but a method in which the linear surface member is wound around the core and the linear surface member is bonded to the core by electromagnetic induction heating as described above is preferable. The method for winding the linear surface member around the core material is not particularly limited. For example, the pitch is about 0.1 μm to 5 mm, preferably about 0.15 μm to 4 mm, using a covering device used for manufacturing a covering yarn. The method of wrapping with is mentioned.
In addition, even if the linear surface member receives a twisting force while being wound around the core member, since the potential energy changes according to the rotational position in order to rotate, the linear surface member is unlikely to rotate. Therefore, even before the linear surface member is bonded to the core material, the positional relationship of the linear surface member with respect to the core material is stable.

Although the use of the composite member of this invention is not specifically limited, For example, it is used suitably as a sliding composite member used in a transportation apparatus, an agricultural machine, a construction machine, a housing facility, etc. The composite member of the present invention has high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member, and can exhibit excellent slidability when used as a sliding composite member.

According to the present invention, it is a composite member having a core material and a linear surface member, and has high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member, and excellent sliding when used as a sliding composite member. The composite member which can exhibit property can be provided.

It is a perspective view which shows typically an example of the composite member of this invention. It is a figure which shows typically an example of the cross-sectional shape before joining of the linear surface member in the composite member of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows an example of the composite member of this invention typically. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view schematically showing a composite member in which a linear surface member having a perfect circular cross section before being attached is wound around a core material. It is sectional drawing which shows typically the state which contacted the linear surface member along the outer periphery of the core material in Example 1 and 2. FIG. It is sectional drawing which shows typically the state which contacted the linear surface member along the outer periphery of the core material in Example 3. FIG. In Example 4, it is sectional drawing which shows typically the state which contacted the linear surface member along the outer periphery of a core material. It is sectional drawing which shows typically the state which contacted the linear surface member along the outer periphery of the core material in the comparative example 1. It is the schematic which shows the method of slidability evaluation typically.

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to examples. However, the present invention is not limited to these examples. In particular, other materials can be applied to the material of the linear surface member and the core material, and the material is not limited to the embodiment.

Example 1
(1) Production of linear surface member A PFA resin was spun by extrusion molding to produce a monofilament linear surface member having an elliptical cross-sectional shape as shown in Table 1. It should be noted that the distance (D1) from the center of gravity of the cross-sectional shape before joining the linear surface members to the first point of the contour line (D1), the distance to the second point (D2), the minimum distance from the center of gravity to the contour line The value (Dmin) and maximum value (Dmax), major axis and minor axis (in the case of an elliptical shape), base and height (in the case of a triangular shape), etc. It was measured by.
Moreover, the fluctuation range (%) was calculated from Dmin and Dmax using the above formula (1).
Furthermore, it was confirmed whether D1 and D2 are the same or different.

(2) A SUS304 stranded wire (the cross-sectional shape is a circular shape having a diameter of about 1.5 mm) was used as a manufacturing core material of the composite member.
With the covering device, the linear surface member obtained above was brought into contact with the outer periphery of the core member in the direction shown in FIG. 5 and wound in a spiral shape with a pitch of about 300 μm (longitudinal direction of the core member). Next, the contact surface with the core material and the linear surface member in the vicinity thereof were heated and melted by an electromagnetic induction heating device, and then the linear surface member was bonded to the core material by natural cooling to obtain a composite member. Regarding the heating conditions, the passage speed of the core material in the state where the linear surface member was wound and the output of the electromagnetic induction heating device were adjusted so that the surface temperature of the core material was maintained at a maximum of 390 ° C. for 20 seconds.

(Examples 2-5, Comparative Examples 1-6)
The cross-sectional shape before bonding of the linear surface members was changed as shown in Table 1, and the obtained linear surface members were brought into contact with the orientation of the schematic diagram shown in Table 1 along the outer periphery of the core material. Except for this, a composite member was obtained in the same manner as in Example 1.
In addition, the cross-sectional area before joining of the linear surface member obtained by all the Examples and the comparative examples was comparable.

<Evaluation>
The following evaluation was performed about the composite member obtained by the Example and the comparative example. The results are shown in Table 1.

(Adhesive strength)
The following evaluation was performed using an adhesion evaluation apparatus.
The position of about 100 mm from the end of the composite member was sandwiched between a pair of holding pieces provided in the adhesion evaluation apparatus, and in this state, the end of the composite member was pulled in the longitudinal direction. The resistance force resulting from the catch between the pair of sandwiching pieces and the composite member at this time was measured.
In addition, when the adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member is low, the linear surface member is easily peeled off, so that the composite member is easily slipped between the pair of holding pieces, and the measured resistance is low. It becomes. On the other hand, when the adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member is high, the linear surface member is difficult to peel off, so the composite member is difficult to slip between a pair of sandwiching pieces, and the measured resistance is high. It becomes.
Moreover, the case where the resistance was 1 kgf or more was rated as ◎, the case where it was 0.5 kgf or more and less than 1 kgf was marked as ◯, and the case where it was less than 0.5 kgf was marked as x.

(Sliding property)
As shown in FIG. 9, a flexible pipe 72 is disposed along four grooved rollers 71, the composite member 8 is passed through the pipe 72, and a weight 73 is provided at one end of the composite member 8. While suspending, a force gauge 74 is connected to the other end of the composite member 8, and the force gauge 74 is pulled upward by a uniaxial driving device 75, thereby sliding in the pipe 72 measured by the force gauge 74. The slidability of the composite member 8 was evaluated based on the dynamic frictional force of the composite member 8 that did.
Here, the weight 73 suspended from one end of the composite member 8 was 400 g, and the traction speed of the uniaxial driving device 75 was 2.0 mm / sec. Further, as the pipe 72 through which the composite member 8 is inserted, a flexible circular tube having an inner diameter of 2.0 mm and an inner surface material of polyethylene was used. As the force gauge 74, a digital force gauge (ZP-50N) manufactured by Imada Corporation was used.
The case where the dynamic friction force was less than 8N was evaluated as ◎, the case where it was 8N or more and 10N or less was evaluated as ○, and the case where it exceeded 10N was evaluated as ×.

According to the present invention, it is a composite member having a core material and a linear surface member, and has high adhesive strength between the core material and the linear surface member, and excellent sliding when used as a sliding composite member. The composite member which can exhibit property can be provided.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Composite member 2 of this invention Core material 3 Linear surface member 4 Recessed surface unevenness 5 Composite member 6 Core material 7 Linear surface member

The present invention is a composite member in which a single- wire linear surface member is wound around and bonded to a core material, and the core material contains a conductive material and constitutes the linear surface member Is a synthetic resin, and the cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member before joining is different from the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line and the distance (D2) to the second point. In this composite member, the minimum value (Dmin) of the distance from the center of gravity to the contour line is 5 μm or more, and the fluctuation range shown in the following formula (1) is 100% or more.
The present invention is described in detail below.

The present invention is a composite member in which a single-wire linear surface member is wound around and bonded to a core material, and the core material contains a conductive material and constitutes the linear surface member Is a synthetic resin, and the cross-sectional shape of the linear surface member before joining is different from the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line and the distance (D2) to the second point. The minimum value (Dmin) of the distance from the center of gravity to the contour line is 5 μm or more, and the fluctuation range shown in the following formula (1) is 100% or more and 400% or less .
The present invention is described in detail below.

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  1. A core member is a composite member in which a linear surface member is wound and bonded,
    The core material contains a conductive material,
    The cross-sectional shape before joining of the linear surface members is a shape in which the distance (D1) from the center of gravity to the first point of the contour line is different from the distance (D2) to the second point,
    The minimum value (Dmin) of the distance from the center of gravity to the contour line is 5 μm or more, and
    A composite member having a fluctuation range represented by the following formula (1) of 100% or more.
    In Expression (1), R represents the fluctuation range of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline, and Dmax represents the maximum value of the distance from the center of gravity to the outline.
  2. The composite member according to claim 1, wherein the maximum value (Dmax) of the distance from the center of gravity to the contour line is 10 µm or more.
  3. The cross-sectional shape before joining the linear surface members is an elliptical shape, a rugby ball shape, an egg shape, a triangular shape, a Y shape, a W shape, an M shape, a cross shape, a polygonal shape, or a kamaboko shape. The composite member according to claim 1 or 2, wherein
  4. The core material contains a metal, and the linear surface member is softened or melted by heat conduction from the core material heated by electromagnetic induction and is bonded to the core material. The composite member according to claim 1, 2 or 3.
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