The only publication of its kind to feature the latest research on hard coating tribological behavior. In addition to a comprehensive overview of surface treatment and coating processes, as well as numerous wear processes, this unique volume presents cutting-edge information on:
Self-lubricating ceramic coatings
The impact of laser treatment on coating structure and hardness
Three variations of hard coating fretting results
Laboratory models for fretting testing
The use of thermally stable compounds as high temperature ceramic lubricants
Efficient methods for handling the effect of hard coatings on light alloys
The elastic, plastic and cracking properties of various plasma sprayed coatings
The preparation of a high temperature synthesis process coating technique.
Overview of Surface Engineering and Wear
Friction and Wear of Self-Lubricating TiN-MoS2 Coatings Produced by Chemical Vapor Deposition
Bae Y., Besmann T., Blau P., Lee W., Yust C.
Laser Surface Melting of Carbide Coatings and Their Tribological Behavior
Bahadur S., Yang C.
Low-Amplitude Fretting of Hard Coatings of TiN, Diamond-Like Carbon, and Polycrystalline Diamond
Schouterden K., Sundquist M., Venkatachalam M., Vingsbo O.
Friction and Wear Mechanisms on CVD Diamond and PVD TiN Coatings under Fretting Conditions
Blanpain B., Celis J., Mohrbacher H.
Absorption of Organic Compounds and Organometallics on Ceramic Substrates for Wear Reduction
Agarwala V., Kennedy P.
Coating-Substrate Interface Stress Management in Wear Protection of Light Alloy Components
Ramalingam S., Zheng L.
Paper ID: STP1278-EB