Sliding Wear Behavior of $\small{Al_2O_3/NiCr}$ Coating

Title & Authors
Sliding Wear Behavior of $\small{Al_2O_3/NiCr}$ Coating
Chae, Young-Hun; Park, Byung-Hee; Kim, Seock-Sam;

Abstract
The sliding wear behavior of $\small{Al_2O_3/NiCr}$ coating deposited on steel(SM45C) was investigated under lubrication. The parameters of sliding wear are normal loads, coating thickness. As a result, the wear resistance of $\small{Al_2O_3/NiCr}$ coating was remarkably greater than that of $\small{Al_2O_3}$ coating. The optimized coating thickness was found to be $\small{300{\mu}m}$ to ensure good anti-wear. The bond coating played important role in decreasing residual stress. The residual stress had much influence on wear mechanism. These results were correlated with the stress state of coating and the microstructure of coating.
Keywords
Plasma Spray;Alumina Coating;Bond Coating;Wear;Friction;
Language
Korean
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