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Friction characteristics of the nitrided layers on the 430 steel were investigated using a ball-on-disc friction-wear tester with a WC-Co ball as the counter-body under dry sliding conditions.

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Depending on the processing conditions and resulting nitrided layers,the durability could be enhanced and the coefficient of friction could be reduced.The best conditions for this system involved depositing the DLC over the nitrided diffusion layer that,after an initial smoothing period,demonstrated the best tribological performance.A Study of Friction and Wear Behavior of Nitrided LayerJul 17,2010·Tribological characteristics and wear mechanisms of gas-nitrided layer on a 2Cr13 steel in vacuum were investigated using a pin-on-disk type tribometer under self-mating dry sliding conditions with various normal loads and sliding velocities.The wear mechanisms involved were investigated by microscopic observations of the worn surfaces,the wear debris,and the corresponding cross sections.

Characteristics of the nitrided layer formed on AISI 304

Dec 01,2014·It could be observed that the nitrogen content of the nitrided layer comes to 16.78 at.%.Sun et al.have also reported the nitrided layers produced by low temperature (450 °C) plasma nitriding on austenitic stainless steels,and the nitrogen concentration of 1520 at.% was determined.However,the nitriding time up to 5 h.Cited by 7Publish Year 2013Author Hakan Aydin,Ali Bayram,ükrü TopçuStructure and Properties of Burnished and Nitrided AISI D2 Friction characteristics of the nitrided layers on the 430 steel were investigated using a ball-on-disc friction-wear tester with a WC-Co ball as the counter-body under dry sliding conditions.

Corrosion Behavior of Nitride and Cr Al N Coatings

than that of the nitrided layers ( 9:2 0:32 GPa) and uncoated steel ( 5:50 0:8 GPa).XRD pattern of the Cr Al N coated AISI D2 steel of which phases are Cr 2N,(Cr,Fe) 2N 1 x,AlN and eF 2N.Figure 2 shows the potentiodynamic polarization curves of the untreated,nitrided,and the Cr Al N coated AISI D2 steels tested in the 3.5 wt% NaCl aqueous EFFECT OF SALT BATH NITRIDING ON SURFACEeffects of salt bath nitriding on AISI 4140 steel and the variations in surface roughness parameters of the nitrided layer are very scarce.In this study,the nitriding process was implemented on AISI 4140 steel in salt bath component at ten different times (1,2 .10) h when the temperature was constant (at 580ºC).

EVALUATION OF THE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A

Hopwever,the characteristics and phases of the nitrided layer can influence on the adhesion and the mechanical behaviour of the system [4-6].In this work,the mechanical behaviour of a DLC film deposited over non-nitrided and nitrided martensitic stainless steelEffect of TiCN and AlCrN Coating on Tribological Behaviour Effect of TiCN and AlCrN Coating on Tribological Behaviour of Plasma-nitrided AISI 4140 Steel 10.4018/IJSEIMS.2017070101 In the present article,samples made of AISI 4140 steel,pre-treated with plasma nitriding (PN),and coated with different coatings like Titanium Carbonitride

Effect of different nitriding processes on the friction

The purpose of this paper is to present the results of a study on friction characteristics of plasma,saltbath and gas nitrided layers produced in AISI 304 type austenitic and AISI 420 type martensitic stainless steels., Plasma nitriding processes were carried out with DCpulsed plasma in 80% N2+20% H2 atmosphere at 450°C and 520°C for 8 h at a pressure of 2 mbar.Effect of different nitriding processes on the friction Feb 01,2013·Purpose The purpose of this paper is to present the results of a study on friction characteristics of plasma,saltbath and gas nitrided layers produced in AISI 304 type austenitic and AISI 420 type martensitic stainless steels.Design/methodology/approach Plasma nitriding processes were carried out with DCpulsed plasma in 80% N 2 +20% H 2 atmosphere at 450°C and 520°C for 8

Friction Characteristics of Nitrided Layers on AISI 430

Characterisation of nitrided layers on the ferritic stainless steel was carried out by means of microstructure,microhardness,surface roughness and friction coefficient measurements.Friction characteristics of the nitrided layers on the 430 steel were investigated using a ball-on-disc friction-wear tester with a WC-Co ball as the counter-body under dry sliding conditions.Friction Characteristics of Nitrided Layers on AISI 430 the 430 ferritic stainless steel.The friction test results showed that the salt-bath nitrided layer had better friction-reducing ability than the other nitrided layers under dry sliding conditions.Furthermore,the friction characteristic of the plasma nitrided layer at 520 ºC was better than that of the plasma nitrided layer at 450 °C.

Friction and Wear Characteristic of Electroplating Cu

In order to improve wear resistance surface on 0Cr18Ni9Ti stainless steel,Cu coating on the 0Cr18Ni9Ti stainless steel substrate was deposited by electroplating technology.The friction and wear properties of 0Cr18Ni9Ti stainless steel substrate and Cu coating were investigated contrastively.The morphologies of the wear scars were analyzed by scanning electron microscope (SEM),energy High-temperature tribological studies of plasma-nitrided The mechanical and microstructural properties of the developed nitrided layer were critically examined.Thereafter the tribological characteristics of the untreated and plasma-nitrided specimens were studied on high-temperature pin-on-disc tribometer under the constant load of 25 N,sliding speed 0.5 m s 1 ,sliding distance of 1500 m at

Improved Wear Resistance of AISI 304L by Cladding Boride

The austenitic stainless steel (SS) of AISI 304L is widely used in industrial applications because of its superior anti-corrosion resistance.However,the material suffers from a lower hardness,thus reducing wear resistance.In this study,AISI 304L was clad with tungsten boride (WB) ceramic powder using the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process to increase surface hardness and improve wear Influence of Processing Temperatures on Surface AISI 1045 steel contains nickel,manganese and nitrogen.In order to produce austenitic stainless steel,stabilizers such.thickness of nitrogen enriched layer,which improves the hardness,resistance to corrosion and enhanced load-bearing capacity,when it is compared to ordinary nitride layer [26].

Influence of Processing Temperatures on Surface

over the surface of AISI 1045 steel was investigated through the effect of processing temperatures.The carbon enriched layer below the nitrogen enriched layer was found in the resultant dual layer structure.The surface hardness and thickness of the layer have increased to about HV 0.05 1000 andInvestigation of the Tribological and Tribochemical No real effect on friction or wear was observed with the presence of an oxide (Fe 3 O 4) layer,even though the formation of FeS 2 was observed within the tribofilm.However,the formation of a sulfide (FeS) layer after sulfur nitriding produced the lowest friction and wear in comparison to the alternative nitride

Investigation on the High Vacuum Tribological

Investigation on the High Vacuum Tribological Characteristics of Surface Treated Nuclear Grade Stainless Steel Type AISI 316 LN at 25 to 500 °C %K nuclear materials; surface treatment; PN layer; elevated temperature; high vacuum; tribological characteristics %X Although some researchers have published friction and wear data of Plasma Nitride Nitriding Process Characterization of Cold Worked AISI 304 The nitriding behavior of austenitic stainless steels (AISI 304 and 316) was studied by different cold work degree (0% (after heat treated),10%,20%,30%,and 40%) before nitride processing.The microstructure,layer thickness,hardness,and chemical microcomposition were evaluated employing optical microscopy,Vickers hardness,and scanning electron microscopy techniques (WDS

Optimization of friction and wear characteristics of

Moreover,the optimum values of the process parameter have been employed to maximize the output and validate the same by confirmation of the experiments.To the best of our knowledge,this is the first study that demonstrates the modeling and optimization of sliding friction and wear characteristics of AISI H13 under varied CT cycles.Optimization of friction and wear characteristics of Moreover,the optimum values of the process parameter have been employed to maximize the output and validate the same by confirmation of the experiments.To the best of our knowledge,this is the first study that demonstrates the modeling and optimization of sliding friction and wear characteristics of AISI H13 under varied CT cycles.

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The influence of nitrogen on AISI 430 Ferritic Stainless Steel by nitriding affect the transformation of ferrite to martensite,high wear resistance and high hardness.The highest wear resistance is for 5 h nitrided sample with the depth of -50 µm depth of penetration and the least wear resistant is the as-Phase changes of the AISI 430 ferritic stainless steels Friction characteristics of the nitrided layers on the 430 steel were investigated using a ball-on-disc friction-wear tester with a WC-Co ball as the counter-body under dry sliding conditions.

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Three nitrided layers with different characteristics were produced one compound layer with a predominant phase,one compound layer with a predominant ' phase and one diffusion layer.These surfaces were then coated with the same DLC material.These multifunctional surfaces are referred to as ,' and diffusion.Reduced wear and cladding performances of several Ball-on-flat-disc wear and friction measurements have been carried out on different materials implanted with nitrogen ions at an acceleration voltage of 80 kV.The investigated disc substrate materials were aluminum,titanium,AISI 52100 steel,nonhardened,hardened and nitrided AISI 420 steel,AISI 304 steel,molybdenum,hardened AISI 420 steel coated with titanium nitride (PVD) and hardened

Structural surface characterization of ion nitrided AISI

AISI 4340 steel was ion nitrided using different time and temperature and the gathered properties were assessed by evaluating hardness profile,compound layer thickness,case depth and surface Study of microstructure of low-temperature plasma-nitrided Friction characteristics of the nitrided layers on the 430 steel were investigated using a ball-on-disc friction-wear tester with a WC-Co ball as the counter-body under dry sliding conditions.

Surface engineering analysis of plasma-nitrided die steels

Sep 02,2019·In the current investigation,an effort was made to analyze the sliding wear and friction characteristics of the surface engineered hot forming tool steel.A surface treatment technique plasma nitriding was developed onto the surface of the hot forming tool steel namely AISI H13 with a view to reduce the friction coefficients and minimize wear.The Influence of Nitriding Time of AISI 316L Stainless The nitrided layer properties improvement in this investigation shows that the wear mechanism was confirmed by the results of coefficient of friction measurements that were obtained from pin on-disc wear test ranging averagely from 0.3-0.5 on 8 h nitrided sample compared to untreated (1.4-2.0) and 2-5 N (0.6-0.8) with shorter nitrided time

The Influence of Nitriding Time of AISI 316L Stainless

The nitrided layer properties improvement in this investigation shows that the wear mechanism was confirmed by the results of coefficient of friction measurements that were obtained from pin on-disc wear test ranging averagely from 0.3-0.5 on 8 h nitrided sample compared to untreated (1.4-2.0) and 2-5 N (0.6-0.8) with shorter nitrided time The effect of duplex surface treatment on erosion Mar 25,2019·Aydin H,Bayram A and Topcu S 2013 Friction characteristics of nitrided layers on AISI 430 ferritic stainless steel obtained by various nitriding

Transition of Wear Mechanisms of Plasma Source Nitrided

A single high-nitrogen face-centered-cubic (f.c.c.) phase ( N) layer formed on the plasma source nitrided AISI 316 austenitic stainless steel at a nitriding temperature of 450 °C for a nitriding time of 6 h.An approximately 17 m-thick N layer has a peak nitrogen concentration of about 20 at.Tribological properties of the N phase layer on a ball-on-disk tribometer against an Si 3 N Tribological Properties Analysis on Nitrided AISI 316L May 21,2012·AISI 316L stainless steel have been treated by surface hardening technique,which is low temperature nitriding gas treatment in horizontal tube furnace.The environment gas for this treatment is ammonia,which become the source of nitrogen gas that purged into the furnace where the steel is located.The temperature of this treatment is at 450 °C with the variable of 2,5 and 8 hours nitriding

Tribological Properties Analysis on Nitrided AISI 316L

measure the thickness of nitrided layer.Surface morphology of worn region by FESEM also investigated to understand the wear mechanism characteristics of nitrided steel.The results showed that the nitrided layer become more thicker through the extending of time treatments and relatively improved the surface hardness.Tribological Properties Analysis on Nitrided AISI 316L measure the thickness of nitrided layer.Surface morphology of worn region by FESEM also investigated to understand the wear mechanism characteristics of nitrided steel.The results showed that the nitrided layer become more thicker through the extending of time treatments and relatively improved the surface hardness.



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