Venkateswarlu, K and Rajnikanth, V and Naveen, T and Sinha, D P and Atiquzzaman, and Ray, Ajoy K (2009) Abrasive wear behavior of thermally sprayed diamond reinforced composite coating deposited with both oxy-acetylene and HVOF techniques. Wear, 266 (9-10). pp. 995-1002.
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Diamond and diamond-based coatings have long been studied for their exceptional properties. Although a great deal of research has been carried out in this field, little is known about their tribological wear behavior. In the present work, diamond reinforced composite (DRC) coatings of varying diamond content was deposited on mild steel substrates using both oxy-acetylene (OA) and high velocity oxy fuel (HVOF) thermal spraying techniques. The high stress abrasive wear behavior of these coatings is studied by performing two body abrasion tests for varying experimental parameters. It is observed that the HVOF-sprayed coatings suffered abrasion at a relatively low wear rate. The reasons for variations observed in the wear rate as a function of displacement during abrasion and grit size could be attributed to the deterioration of abrasive particles and the particle size effect respectively. While the disparity in the wear rates with respect to composition of the coatings was primarily controlled by the diamond content in the coating. The abrasive wear mechanism was found to be the same in both the coatings except that the coating deposited by HVOF spray technique, offered better abrasion resistance and therefore abraded at a slower rate. This is possibly due to lower porosity in the coating and higher bond strength between reinforced diamond particulates and the bronze matrix in HVOF-sprayed specimens.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Diamond reinforced composite (DRC); Abrasive wear; Thermal spray; HVOF|
|Divisions:||Material Science and Technology|
|Deposited By:||Sahu A K|
|Deposited On:||02 Jun 2010 12:22|
|Last Modified:||18 Jun 2020 10:31|
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