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Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering
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Volume 30, Issue 6 - Dec 1997
Volume 30, Issue 5 - Oct 1997
Volume 30, Issue 4 - Aug 1997
Volume 30, Issue 3 - Jun 1997
Volume 30, Issue 2 - Apr 1997
Volume 30, Issue 1 - Feb 1997
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The Effect of Processing Parameters on the Mechanical Properties of TiN Films by the Pulsed DC PACVD
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 30, issue 5, 1997, Pages 298~309
Hard Tin coating on tool steel substrate were prepared using the pulsed PACVE. An orthogonal experimental design was employed to find the best deposition conditions for TiN coating and to systematically understand the effect of processing parameters. The small size Taguchi matrix called the L16 was used for experiment and ANOVA(ANalysis of VAriance) was followed to study the effect of main parameters on hardness and adhesion TiN coatings. In conclusion, pulse on/off time ratio and pulsing frequency were the major deposition parameters to determine hardness and adhesion of TiN coating in the pulsed DC PACVE process. (200) preferred orientation, columnar growth and dome-shaped surface morphology of the TiN films gave rise to a high hardness and a good adhesion to the substrates.
Effect of Maunfacturing Conditions of Substrate on Phosphatability
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 30, issue 5, 1997, Pages 310~319
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of the specific alloying elements in steel such as Cr, Ni and Cu, and surface roughness of substrate with two different FCS temperature zones in the CAL process on the phosphatability of the cold-rolled sheet used for the drum in order to improve the zinec phosphating property. Phosphatability is dependent of the surface oxide and roughness on the substrate and can be indirectly improved by increasing surface roughness of the steel sheet. Basically, in order to obtain the good phosphatability, the low concentration of the retained elements such as Cr, Ni and Cu among the steel alloy elements should be required. Phosphatability of substrate with high concentration instead of the retained elements and surface roughness, however, can be effectively improved instead of low FSC temperature.
Charactristice of a colored Galvanized Coating using Ti-Zn Alloy System
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 30, issue 5, 1997, Pages 320~332
The development of colored surface on zinc coating by the oxidation of a melten alloy of zinc with a minor amount of oxygen-avid additive such as tianium has been studied. Using a galvanizing Zinc alloy containing 0.1 to 0.3wt%Ti, gold, purple or blue color was developed clearly and stably, depending upon the extent of oxidation, by air cooling after hot dipping in a bath at temperature of
. The source of the color is light interference with surface oxide layer. THe final color depends on the thickness of the color depends on the thickness of
, played So compositing, temperature and time at elevated temperature after are all controlling variables. Since oxidation film such as
played role of passivation film, the corrosion resistance in a colored galvanized steel sheet. It is also thought that surface oxide layer of
inhibited dissolution of the coating layer.
Fabrication of the Functional Coatings of a Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel by Plasma Spray Processes.
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 30, issue 5, 1997, Pages 333~346
Plasma spray processes for functional coatings of tubular SOFC ( Soild oxide Fuel Cell).consisting of air electrode, oxide electrolyte, an fuel electrode, are optimized by fully saturated fractional factorial testing. Material and electric characteristics of each coating are analtsed by the implementation of SEM and optical microscope for evaluating microstructure and porosity, X-ray diffraction method for investigating compositional change between raw powder and sprayed coating, and Van der Pauw method for measuring electrical conductivity. LSM (
air electrode and Ni-YSL fuel electrode coatings have porosities of around 23~30% sufficient for effective fuel and oxidant gas supply to electrochemical reaction interfaces and electrical conductivities of around 90 S/cm and 1000 S/cm, respectively, enough for acting as current collecting electrodes. YSZ(
) electrolyte film has a high ionic conductivities of 0.05~0.07 S/cm at
in air atmosphere, but appears to be somewhat too porous to reduce the thickness. for enhancing the cell efficiency. A unit tubular SOFC has beem fabricated by the optimized plasma spray processes for each functional coating and the cell. Its electrochemical chracteristics are investigated by measuring voltage-current and power density with variation of operationg temperature, radio of fuel to air gas flowrates, and total gas flowrate of reactants.
A Study on the Graded Ni-SiC Composite Coating by Electrodeposition
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 30, issue 5, 1997, Pages 347~354
Composite plating is a method of co-depositing fine particles of metallic, non-metallic compound or polymers in the plated layer to improve material properties such as were-resistance, lubrication, or corrosion resistance. Graded Ni-Sic composite coating were produced in this research. Prior to produce Graded Ni-SiC composite coatings, effects of particle size, particle content, pH of electrolyte, temperature, current density, stirring rate on the amount of SiC deposited in the Ni layer were investigated. By manipulating current density and plating time properties of these coating were evaluated by micro-indentation hardness test.