The effect of temperature on wear mechanism of the AlCrN coated components

Michał Michalak, Remigiusz Michalczewski, Edyta Osuch-Słomka, Demófilo Maldonado-Cortés, Marian Szczerek

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Abstract

The aim of the paper was to investigate the temperature effect on the wear mechanism of AlCrN coated components. The coating was deposited by Physical Vapour Deposition process (PVD) on WC/Co substrate. Tribological tests were performed in sliding conditions using a high temperature T-21 tribotester, produced by ITeE-PIB, Radom. The tests were performed in a ball-ondisc configuration (Si 3N 4 ceramic ball) under dry friction conditions at room temperature, 600 °C and 750 °C. An optical microscope, interferometer, and scanning electron microscope were used to analyse the worn surfaces. Following this study, it was found that the wear resistance of the coating AlCrN tribosystem depended on the temperature. The most wear was reported at room temperature. At 600 °C, the intensity of wear of the coating was 4-fold lower, and at 750 °C, wear was 6-fold lower than at room temperature. High temperature wear resistance of AlCrN coating involves creating a protective oxide layer. Performed analysis of the structure of the surface layer showed a much higher content of oxygen in wear scar than outside. At high temperatures, friction additionally intensified the oxidation process, thus the amount of oxygen in surface layer increased with temperature. Oxide layer, Al 2O 3 and Cr 2O 3 probably created at high temperature was a barrier to further oxidation of the coating and had very high wear resistance at high temperatures.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationKey Engineering Materials
EditorsIrina Hussainova, Renno Veinthal, Irina Hussainova
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
Pages233-238
Number of pages6
Volume674
ISBN (Electronic)9783038356554
ISBN (Print)9783038356554
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2016
EventKey Engineering Materials -
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Publication series

NameKey Engineering Materials
Volume674
ISSN (Print)1013-9826

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Wear of materials
Coatings
Temperature
Wear resistance
Oxides
Friction
Oxygen
Oxidation
Physical vapor deposition
Thermal effects
Interferometers
Microscopes
Electron microscopes
Scanning
Substrates

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Materials Science(all)
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Michalak, M., Michalczewski, R., Osuch-Słomka, E., Maldonado-Cortés, D., & Szczerek, M. (2016). The effect of temperature on wear mechanism of the AlCrN coated components. In I. Hussainova, R. Veinthal, & I. Hussainova (Eds.), Key Engineering Materials (Vol. 674, pp. 233-238). (Key Engineering Materials; Vol. 674). Trans Tech Publications Ltd. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.674.233
Michalak, Michał ; Michalczewski, Remigiusz ; Osuch-Słomka, Edyta ; Maldonado-Cortés, Demófilo ; Szczerek, Marian. / The effect of temperature on wear mechanism of the AlCrN coated components. Key Engineering Materials. editor / Irina Hussainova ; Renno Veinthal ; Irina Hussainova. Vol. 674 Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2016. pp. 233-238 (Key Engineering Materials).
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Michalak, M, Michalczewski, R, Osuch-Słomka, E, Maldonado-Cortés, D & Szczerek, M 2016, The effect of temperature on wear mechanism of the AlCrN coated components. in I Hussainova, R Veinthal & I Hussainova (eds), Key Engineering Materials. vol. 674, Key Engineering Materials, vol. 674, Trans Tech Publications Ltd, pp. 233-238, Key Engineering Materials, 1/1/16. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.674.233

The effect of temperature on wear mechanism of the AlCrN coated components. / Michalak, Michał; Michalczewski, Remigiusz; Osuch-Słomka, Edyta; Maldonado-Cortés, Demófilo; Szczerek, Marian.

Key Engineering Materials. ed. / Irina Hussainova; Renno Veinthal; Irina Hussainova. Vol. 674 Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2016. p. 233-238 (Key Engineering Materials; Vol. 674).

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Michalak M, Michalczewski R, Osuch-Słomka E, Maldonado-Cortés D, Szczerek M. The effect of temperature on wear mechanism of the AlCrN coated components. In Hussainova I, Veinthal R, Hussainova I, editors, Key Engineering Materials. Vol. 674. Trans Tech Publications Ltd. 2016. p. 233-238. (Key Engineering Materials). https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.674.233