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|Title:||Low friction coefficient coatings Ni-Cr by magnetron sputtering, DC||Authors:||JORGE MORALES HERNANDEZ
ARACELI MANDUJANO RUIZ
JULIETA TORRES GONZALEZ
FRANCISCO JAVIER ESPINOZA BELTRAN
HECTOR HERRERA HERNANDEZ
|Keywords:||mechanical alloying (ma);magnetron sputtering;ni-cr coatings;info:eu-repo/classification/cti/2||Publisher:||Revista de Metalurgia||Project:||Vol.51;Núm. 3||Description:||Magnetron Sputter Deposition technique with DC was used for the deposition of Ni-Cr coatings on AISI 316 SS like substrate. The cathode with a nominal composition Ni-22 at% Cr was prepared by Mechanical Alloying (MA) technique, with a maximum milling time of 16 hours and, with a high energy SPEX 8000 mill. The coatings were made under Argon atmosphere at room temperature with a power of 100 W at different times of growth. Chemical composition, microstructure, topography, nanohardness and wear of the coatings were evaluated using the techniques of microanalysis by energy dispersive X-ray analyzer (EDAX), X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), Nano-indentation and pin-on-Disk, respectively. After milling, was not detected contamination in the mixtures. XRD analysis revealed that the microstructure of the Ni-Cr alloy was maintained in the coatings with respect to MA powders, with some degree of recrystallization. Nanohardness values were in the order of 8.8 GPa with a Young’s modulus of 195 GPa. The adhesion of the films was evaluated according to their resistance to fracture when these were indented at different loads using Vickers microhardness. The wear test results showed a decrease in the friction coefficient with respect to the increase of thickness’ films, getting a minimum value of 0.08 with a thickness of 1 µm and which correspond with the maximum growing time.
Financial support provided by the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACyT), with the number project 135100 from basics science program, and the support offered by CINVESTAV-QRO, México, specially to the Dr. F.J. Espinoza Beltrán.
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