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Dry Sliding And Abrasive Wear Behavior Of Nanostructure Zr–W–N Coating

V. Chauhan, P. Dubey, S. Verma, R. Jayaganthan, R. Chandra
Published 2015 · Materials Science

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Zirconium tungsten nitride (Zr–W–N) coating has been deposited on 304 SS substrates by pulse DC magnetron sputtering. The average micro hardness and roughness of Zr–W–N coating were obtained as ~1,963 HV and ~13 nm respectively. The dry sliding and abrasive wear tests of coated samples were performed in open atmosphere at various loads (15–45 N) with constant speed (0.1 m/s) up to maximum life of a coating. The coefficient of friction (COF) and cumulative weight loss were measured as a function of distance travelled by the coating. The change (minimum to maximum) in COF of the coated samples at various loads was obtained as ~0.15–0.68 and ~0.20–0.27 for dry sliding wear and abrasive wear tests respectively. The cumulative weight loss of the coated samples at various loads was calculated as 1 × 10−6–6 × 10−6 g/m for dry sliding wear and 6 × 10−6–26 × 10−6 g/m for abrasive wear test. Finally, coatings were compared on COF and cumulative weight loss as a function of sliding distance with SS substrate at 15 N load with 0.1 m/s speed.
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