STP780

    Fretting-Resistant Ion-Plated Coatings

    Published: Jan 1982


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    Abstract

    This paper presents experimental results on fretting testing of various surface coatings, with particular reference to ion-plated films. A special test setup is described, and some peculiar testing conditions are discussed. The results indicate that ion-plated films are superior to vacuum-deposited, gas-deposited, and sputtered-surface coatings. The effectiveness in alleviating fretting of four ion-plated soft metallic films—namely, lead, indium, tin, and silver—is evaluated. Lead showed the best fretting resistance at small slip amplitudes, while tin showed a good resistance at high slip amplitudes. Ion-plated titanium carbide films were also examined. The wear-resistant hard carbides showed outstanding fretting resistance.

    Keywords:

    ion-plated films, fretting, surface coatings, friction, fatigue wear


    Author Information:

    El-Sherbiny, MG
    Associate professor and assistant professor, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Cairo,

    Salem, FB
    Associate professor and assistant professor, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Cairo,


    Paper ID: STP29400S

    Committee/Subcommittee: G02.30

    DOI: 10.1520/STP29400S


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