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Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering
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Volume 31, Issue 6 - Dec 1998
Volume 31, Issue 5 - Oct 1998
Volume 31, Issue 4 - Aug 1998
Volume 31, Issue 3 - Jun 1998
Volume 31, Issue 2 - Apr 1998
Volume 31, Issue 1 - Feb 1998
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The corrosion-resistant of Al-coated xstainless in molten carbonate
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 31, issue 1, 1998, Pages 3~11
Molten Carbonate Fuel cell is a promising new type electric power generation system which can achieve high efficiency, lower matrrial cost and high operating temperature Making internal reforming possible. Although the development of the MCEC is progressing rapidly toward commercialization, two important tchological problems such as dissolution of NiO cathode and not corrosion of metallic separator plate must be resolved. Because MCFC is operated at
and the electrolyte is very corrosive, corrosion-resistance of separator plated against oxidation abd molten carbonate is required. Al-coating on separator material for corrosion-resistance was carried out by painting, thermal spraying. hot dipping and vacuum vapour deposition. The corrosion of Al-coated STS 316S and 316L in molten carbonate at
was studied. Vacuum vapour deposition and thermal spraing for Al-coating on STS 310S and 316L were the most effective methods for protecting thestainless steel corrosion in molten carbonate.
A Syudy on the High Temprerties of the 5Layer Functionally Gradient Thermal Barrier Coating
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 31, issue 1, 1998, Pages 12~23
The Thermal Barrier Coating(TBC) has been used to improve the heat barrier and tribological properties of the aircraft engine and the automobile engine in high temperature. Especially, the high temperature tribological propertied of the cylinder haed and the piston crown of diesel engine was emphasized. Therefore, the purpose of this work was to evaluate the microstructure, tribological propeer in high tempearmal shock resistance and bonding strength of five layer functionally gradient TBC for the applications. The five layerwere composed with 100% ceramic insulating later, 75(ceramic):25 (metal) layer, 50:50 layer, 25:75 layer and 100% metal bonding layer to redude the thermal stress. the YSL and MSL poweders were the insulation ceramics powers. The NiCrAly, Inconel625 and SUS powders were the bonding and mixingg powders for plasma spray process. According to the result of high temperature wear test, the wera resistance of YSZ/NiCrAlY siytem was most out standing at 600 and
, the wear resistance of YSZ/Inconel system was better than others. Wear volume at other temperature because of the low temperature degration of zirconia. The thermal shock mechanism of 5 later is the vertical crack gegration in insulating layer. this means that the initial cracks were generated in the top layer, and then developed into the composite layers during thermal shock test. Finally, these cracks werereached to the interface of coating and substrate and also, these vertioal cracks join with the horizontal cracks of the each layers. The bonding strength of YSZ/NiCrAlY and YSZ/Inconel 5 layer system is better than other 5layer systems. The theramal shock resistance of thermal barrier coating s with 5 layer system is better than that of 3 layers and 2 layers.
Effcets od pH and supporting salts on electrogalvanized coaying in sulfate bath
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 31, issue 1, 1998, Pages 24~33
Effects of pH and supporting salts on the characteristics of electrogalvanzied coating in sulfate bath are investigated. The fine grain size is obtained and the whiteness with the amount of supporting salts or pH increased at more than current density of 100A/$dm^2$<\TEX>, With supporting salts increased, the electro-conductivity of the bulk solution increases and the cell voltage decreases, while the width of the cathode burned edge gets wider because it seems that the increased overpotential the vicinity of cathode causes the decreases, of limiting current density. When the amount of supporting salts or pH of sulfate bath decreases, the zinc crystals have preferred orientation (001) planes. However when the amount of supporting salts or pH increase, the crystal texture has less (001) planes and gets to have random crystal planes.
Effects of coating Condition on Adhesive strength Ti
N Films Prepared by the DC Magetron Sputtering Method
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 31, issue 1, 1998, Pages 34~44
Stainless steel is being used widely lor various purposes due to its good corrosion resistance. There has becn much research to produce colored stainless sterl by several methods. In this experiment, we coated TixN film on the SUS304 substrate with thc DC magnetron sputtering system and studied the internal structurc and adhesive strength of the films as a function of the coating conditions. Before lhe specimen was coated, a sputter etching was very effective in removing the
Fe(BCC) phase as well as the contaminant and oxide layer as well as increasing rotghness. Five-stage failure mode appeared with increased scratch load with the TIN films coated on the SUS304 in this manner ; tensile failure-,conformal failure-,buckling failure->chipping failurc and spalling Failure. When the failure was terminated at the initial stage, the film will have good adhesion. But, if syalling failure has occurred at the initial scratch, then the adhesion will be poor. The interlayer between thc coated film and thc substratc was homogeneously adhcsive when the
phase wasn't detected in the XRD analysis and the adhesive strength only was reduced by surPace defects. But, when the ,
N phasc was detected in the XRD analysis, the adhesive strength was very poor.
Tungsten With Tip Sharpening by Electrochemical Etching
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 31, issue 1, 1998, Pages 45~53
Sharp tips are commonly used for applications in fields as diverse as nanolithography, lowvoltage field emitters, emitters, nanoelectroniecs, electrochemisty, cell biology, field-ion and electron microscopy. tungsten wire, mater만 used in this experiment, which test the chip of wafer has been used to the needle of probe card. Tungsten wire was sharpened by electrochemical etching methode to get a typical tip shape.
Forming Phases and corrsion properties of Nitride layer During the Ion Nitriding for AISI 304 Stainless Steels
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 31, issue 1, 1998, Pages 54~62
In this study, the behaviorof ion nitriding of AISI 304 stainless steel was investigated using plasma ion nitriding system. The characteristics of ion nitriding, and their micsoctrucyures, and physical properties were investigated as a function of process parmeteds. important conclusions can be summarzied as follows. Firstly, it was found that growth of nitride layer in ion nitriding are mainly affected by N2 partial pressures and nitriding temperatures for AISI 304 stainless steel. The $N_2$<\TEX> partial pressure plays on important role in ion nitriding since it determiness the incoming flux of nitrogen species onto specimen surface. Nitriding thmprrature is also important besauseit determines the diffusion rates of nitrogen through nitride layers. While both parameters affects the characteristics rateding are controlled by nitridingen diffusion nitration profiles of N and alloying elements such as Cr and Ni are observed through niride layers. Secondly, nitride layer consists of the upper white laywe having various nitride phases and the underneath diffusion layers. The thickness of white layer increases with $N_2$<\TEX> partial pressures and nitriding temperatures. The thinkness of diffusion layer is increasting nitriding temperatures. Finally, nitriding of stainless steels steel show slighly low their corrsionce prorerties. However, passivation properties, which is normally observed in stainless steels, were still observed aftre ion nitriding.