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Microstructure, mechanical and tribological characterization of CrN/ DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating with improved adhesive wear resistance; Microstructure, mechanical and tribological characterization of CrN/ DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating with improved adhesive wear resistance
Department固体润滑国家重点实验室 ; 固体润滑国家重点实验室
Sui XD(隋旭东)1,2; Liu JY(刘金玉)1,3; Zhang ST(张帅拓)1,2; Yang J(杨军)1; Hao JY(郝俊英)1; Sui XD(隋旭东); Hao JY(郝俊英)
The second department青岛研发中心/青岛市资源化学与新材料研究中心 ; 青岛研发中心/青岛市资源化学与新材料研究中心
2018 ; 2018
Source PublicationApplied Surface Science ; Applied Surface Science
ISSN0169-4332 ; 0169-4332
Issue439Pages:24-32
Abstract

Adhesive wear is one of the major reasons for the failure of components during various tribological application, especially for rubbing with viscous materials. This study presents CrN/DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer composite coatings prepared on a plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) device with the close field unbalanced magnetron sputtering ion plating (CFUBMSIP) technique. SEM, XRD and Raman spectroscopy were used to determine the structure of multilayer coatings. It was found that the multilayer coatings are composed by the alternating CrN and DLC layers. Compared with the single CrN coatings, the friction coefficient of the CrN/DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating decreases about more than seven times after sliding a distance of 500 m. This helps to reduce the adhesive wear of multilayer coatings. Compared with the single CrN and DLC coating, the wear rate of the CrN/DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating is reduced by an order of magnitude to 7.10 × 10-17 (sliding with AISI 440C) and 2.64 × 10-17 (sliding with TC4) m3/(N m). The improved tribological performance of multilayer coatings mainly attributes to the introduction of lubricant DLC and hard support CrN layers, the enhancement of crack propagation inhibition, and the increment of elastic recovery value We (71.49%) by multilayer design method.

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Adhesive wear is one of the major reasons for the failure of components during various tribological application, especially for rubbing with viscous materials. This study presents CrN/DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer composite coatings prepared on a plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) device with the close field unbalanced magnetron sputtering ion plating (CFUBMSIP) technique. SEM, XRD and Raman spectroscopy were used to determine the structure of multilayer coatings. It was found that the multilayer coatings are composed by the alternating CrN and DLC layers. Compared with the single CrN coatings, the friction coefficient of the CrN/DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating decreases about more than seven times after sliding a distance of 500 m. This helps to reduce the adhesive wear of multilayer coatings. Compared with the single CrN and DLC coating, the wear rate of the CrN/DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating is reduced by an order of magnitude to 7.10 × 10-17 (sliding with AISI 440C) and 2.64 × 10-17 (sliding with TC4) m3/(N m). The improved tribological performance of multilayer coatings mainly attributes to the introduction of lubricant DLC and hard support CrN layers, the enhancement of crack propagation inhibition, and the increment of elastic recovery value We (71.49%) by multilayer design method.

KeywordMultilayer Coatings Crn Dlc Friction And Wear Adhesive Wear Multilayer Coatings Crn Dlc Friction And Wear Adhesive Wear
Subject Area材料科学与物理化学 ; 材料科学与物理化学
DOI10.1016/j.apsusc.2017.12.266 ; 10.1016/j.apsusc.2017.12.266
Funding Organizationthe National Key Basic Research Program of China (No. 2013CB632302) ; the National Key Basic Research Program of China (No. 2013CB632302) ; the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 51375471 ; the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 51375471 ; 51505465) ; 51505465)
Indexed BySCI ; SCI
If4.439 ; 4.439
Language英语 ; 英语
Funding Project空间润滑材料研究组 ; 空间润滑材料研究组 ; 高温抗磨材料研究组 ; 高温抗磨材料研究组
compositor第一作者单位 ; 第一作者单位
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.licp.cn/handle/362003/22876
Collection固体润滑国家重点实验室(LSL)
青岛研发中心/青岛市资源化学与新材料研究中心
Corresponding AuthorSui XD(隋旭东); Hao JY(郝俊英)
Affiliation1.State Key Laboratory of Solid Lubrication, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Lanzhou 730000, China
2.Qingdao Center of Resource Chemistry and New Materials, Qingdao 266000, China
3.University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China
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Sui XD,Liu JY,Zhang ST,et al. Microstructure, mechanical and tribological characterization of CrN/ DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating with improved adhesive wear resistance, Microstructure, mechanical and tribological characterization of CrN/ DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating with improved adhesive wear resistance[J]. Applied Surface Science, Applied Surface Science,2018, 2018(439):24-32, 24-32.
APA Sui XD.,Liu JY.,Zhang ST.,Yang J.,Hao JY.,...&Hao JY.(2018).Microstructure, mechanical and tribological characterization of CrN/ DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating with improved adhesive wear resistance.Applied Surface Science(439),24-32.
MLA Sui XD,et al."Microstructure, mechanical and tribological characterization of CrN/ DLC/Cr-DLC multilayer coating with improved adhesive wear resistance".Applied Surface Science .439(2018):24-32.
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