Characterization of friction surfaced coatings of aisi 316 tool over high-speed-steel substrate

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  • Indian Institute of Technology, Dhanbad
  • B.T.Kumaon Institute of Technology Dwarahat Almora
  • GCETT Berhrampore
  • Opole University of Technology
  • Jamshedpur Jharkhand

Abstract

Nowadays friction surfacing (FS) has become a popular solid state surface coating technology suitable for a range of substrates. The technology has the ability to produce coatings with marginal dilution and good metallurgical bonding. The present study has aimed at producing a single-Track and a three-Track overlapping coatings on high-speed steel substrates using an AISI 316 consumable rod. Microhardness of coatings was examined by a Vickers micro hardness tester. Coatings of all the friction surfaced samples in as-deposited condition showed significant hardness. The infrared thermography showed that the peak temperature achieved by the AISI 316 coating was about 1020 ? C. The coatings, thus attained, were further analysed for their microstructural features and interfacial characteristics by using FE-SEM. The EDX analysis showed the presence of nickel, chromium and oxygen, which indicates the formation of oxide compounds. The formation of AISI 316 deposits on the HSS substrate and the effect of coating overlapping are discussed in this article.

Details

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)61-76
Number of pages16
JournalTRANSACTIONS OF FAMENA
Volume41
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2017
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

    Research areas

  • Aisi 316, Field emission scanning electron microscopy (fe-sem), Friction surfacing, Infrared thermography, Micro hardness, Overlapping coatings

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