Recent Advances In Surface Treatment And Electrodeposition

Sankara Narayanan, T S N and Seshadri, S K (2009) Recent Advances In Surface Treatment And Electrodeposition. Corrosion Reviews , sp. suppl . pp. 533-600.

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Surface degradation processes such as wear, oxidation, corrosion and fatigue cause failure of many engineering components under varied circumstances. Among the various surface engineering processes, phosphate conversion coatings and, electro- and electroless plating processes have received widespread acceptance following their less complex processing sequence and cost-effectiveness. The present review addresses the recent developments in the areas of phosphate conversion coatings, electro-deposition and electroless deposition.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Electroless Ni-P; Cathodic Electrochemical Treatment; Phase-Transformation Behavior; Sliding Wear-Resistance; Ternary Alloy Deposits; Wc Composite Coatings; Corrosion-Resistance; Phosphate Coatings; B Coatings; Cu-P
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Deposited By:Sahu A K
Deposited On:08 Jul 2011 14:18
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