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Gong, J.H., Wang, J.Q. and Guan, Z.D. (2002) A Comparison between Knoop and Vickers Hardness of Silicon Nitride Ceramics. Materials Letters, 56, 941-944.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wear.2010.03.029

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  • TITLE: Tribological Behavior of Thermally Sprayed WC Coatings under Water Lubrication

    AUTHORS: Chaoqun Zhang, Masahiro Fujii

    KEYWORDS: Thermally Spraying, WC Coatings, Water Lubrication, Friction, Wear

    JOURNAL NAME: Materials Sciences and Applications, Vol.7 No.9, September 16, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Thermally sprayed coatings have been used in various fields of industry for enhancing surface characteristics of materials and extending their service life. The contact surface of some mechanical equipment such as the fine pulverization equipment which is used in the woody biomass production process is required to have wear resistance in the water environment. Thermally sprayed coatings would be a good candidate to improve surface wear resistance under water lubrication. The objective of this study was to evaluate the tribological performance of thermally sprayed coatings under water lubrication. Thermally sprayed coatings which were classified into WC, WB and Ni spraying of three categories were compared with water-lubricated sliding test at a sliding velocity of 0.02 m/s and mean pressure of p0 = 10 MPa with a ring-on-disk apparatus. Thermally sprayed coatings showed comparatively high friction coefficient and well wear resistance under water lubrication. WC contained coatings showed better wear resistance than WB and Ni coatings. Thermally sprayed coatings showed obviously different mechanical properties and tribological behaviors, and the effect of wettability and hardness on tribological characteristics was discussed under water lubrication. Friction coefficient increased as the surface contact angle of thermally sprayed coatings increased. The wear rate decreased as the surface hardness of thermally sprayed coatings increased. Wear resistance of thermally sprayed coatings was excellent under water lubrication. WC contained coatings showed lower wear rate than WB and Ni coatings. WC-14CoCr coating showed the lowest wear rate.