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Title Structural Features Amorphous-like Coatings AlN-TiB2-TiSi2 After Annealing (900, 1300)ºC and their Impact on Physical and Mechanical Properties Changes
Authors Demianenko, A.A.
Partyka, J.
Belovol, K.O.
Keywords Nanocomposite
Magnetron sputtering
Phase and elemental composition
Microhardness
Annealing
Type Article
Date of Issue 2014
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/37123
Publisher Sumy State University
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Citation Proc. NAP 3, 01PCSI13 (2014)
Abstract The magnetron sputtered coatings on base AlN-TiB2(TiSi2) were investigated. The element composition, structural-phase composition, morphology were investigated before and after annealing of coatings with 9000C, 13000C using SEM/EDS, AFM, SIMS, XRD, 3D Laser, Nanoindenter. The concentrations of elements in the coating were changed after annealing under 9000C and further annealing under 13000C. Achieving viscoplastic index of 0.07 value when the hardness H = 15.3 GPa, provides high damping properties of the coating, wherein an amorphous structure is promising to use coatings such as diffusion barriers in the form of separate elements or as a layer in contact of multilayer wear resistant coatings.
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