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Coating of Cr–V ledeburitic steel with CrN containing a small addition of Ag

Originální název

Coating of Cr–V ledeburitic steel with CrN containing a small addition of Ag

Anglický název

Coating of Cr–V ledeburitic steel with CrN containing a small addition of Ag

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Samples made from Vanadis 6 PM ledeburitic tool steel were surface machined, ground, and mirror polished. They were heat treated and coated with CrN with and without Ag addition by reactive magnetron sputtering. The CrN film grew in a typically columnar manner. A small addition of 3% Ag did not lead to alterations in the growth mechanism. The Ag addition in the CrN improved adhesion of the coating, which can be attributed to the capability of CrAgN coating to accommodate higher deformation energy before failure. The CrAgN coating exhibited superior tribological properties at intermediate temperatures. Flexural strength decreased slightly for the CrN- or CrAgN-coated material compared to uncoated steel.

Anglický abstrakt

Samples made from Vanadis 6 PM ledeburitic tool steel were surface machined, ground, and mirror polished. They were heat treated and coated with CrN with and without Ag addition by reactive magnetron sputtering. The CrN film grew in a typically columnar manner. A small addition of 3% Ag did not lead to alterations in the growth mechanism. The Ag addition in the CrN improved adhesion of the coating, which can be attributed to the capability of CrAgN coating to accommodate higher deformation energy before failure. The CrAgN coating exhibited superior tribological properties at intermediate temperatures. Flexural strength decreased slightly for the CrN- or CrAgN-coated material compared to uncoated steel.

BibTex


@article{BUT90941,
  author="Petr {Jurči} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="Coating of Cr–V ledeburitic steel with CrN containing a small addition of Ag",
  annote="Samples made from Vanadis 6 PM ledeburitic tool steel were surface machined, ground, and mirror polished. They were heat treated and coated with CrN with and without Ag addition by reactive magnetron sputtering. The CrN film grew in a typically columnar manner. A small addition of 3% Ag did not lead to alterations in the growth mechanism. The Ag addition in the CrN improved adhesion of the coating, which can be attributed to the capability of CrAgN coating to accommodate higher deformation energy before failure. The CrAgN coating exhibited superior tribological properties at intermediate temperatures. Flexural strength decreased slightly for the CrN- or CrAgN-coated material compared to uncoated steel.",
  chapter="90941",
  number="24",
  volume="257",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="10581--10589",
  type="journal article - other"
}