Autolubrication of diamond coatings at high sliding speed

 
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Autolubrication of diamond coatings at high sliding speed (EN)

Mamalis, AG (EN)
Grabchenko, A (EN)
Paulmier, D (EN)
Meszaros, I (EN)
Le Huu, T (EN)
Horvath, M (EN)

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We investigated the friction and wear properties of diamond coatings at high sliding speed (V=30 m/s). Various types of diamond coatings were deposited on tungsten carbide pins. These coatings were produced by a combustion flame method under different deposition conditions. The surface properties and morphology of the coatings have been characterised by surface analysis methods, such as scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Raman spectrometry (RS). The coated pins were tested by sliding against a rotating steel XC30 disc in ambient atmosphere. The hardness of the coated pin and the disc after heat treatment is 70 and 5 GPa, respectively. The experimental results show that at low sliding speed (V=1 m/s) the diamond coatings exhibit a very high friction coefficient of about 0.9-1.1. At high sliding speed (V=30 m/s) the friction coefficient of these films decreases to 0.09-0.15, the wear of the diamond films also decreases. This tribological behaviour of diamond coatings can be explained by the transformation of sp3 to sp2 carbon sites on the rubbing surface during friction at high sliding speed. A model of the friction is proposed to explain this phenomenon.We investigated the friction and wear properties of diamond coatings at high sliding speed (V = 30 m/s). Various types of diamond coatings were deposited on tungsten carbide pins. These coatings were produced by a combustion flame method under different deposition conditions. The surface properties and morphology of the coatings have been characterized by surface analysis methods, such as scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Raman spectrometry (RS). The coated pins were tested by sliding against a rotating steel XC30 disc in ambient atmosphere. The hardness of the coated pin and the disc after heat treatment is 70 and 5 GPa, respectively. The experimental results show that at low sliding speed (V = 1 m/s) the diamond coatings exhibit a very high friction coefficient of about 0.9-1.1. At high sliding speed (V = 30 m/s) the friction coefficient of these films decreases to 0.09-0.15, the wear of the diamond films also decreases. This tribological behaviour of diamond coatings can be explained by the transformation of sp3 to sp2 carbon sites on the rubbing surface during friction at high sliding speed. A model of the friction is proposed to explain this phenomenon. (EN)

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Diamond coatings (EN)
Scanning electron microscopy (EN)
Tungsten carbide (EN)
Heat treatment (EN)
Friction and wear (EN)
high speed (EN)
Diamond (EN)
sliding contact (EN)
Hardness (EN)
Raman spectroscopy (EN)
Steel (EN)
Phase transitions (EN)
lubrication (EN)
tribology (EN)
Friction (EN)
Morphology (EN)
Wear of materials (EN)
diamond coating (EN)
Lubrication (EN)
Diamond films (EN)
Phase transition (EN)
Tribology (EN)

Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο (EL)
National Technical University of Athens (EN)

Surface and Coatings Technology (EN)

1998


Elsevier Science S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland (EN)



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