Bin-shi, Xu and Hai-dou, Wang and Shi-yun, Dong and Bin, Jiang (2006) Fretting wear-resistance of Ni-base electro-brush plating coating reinforced by nano-alumina grains. Materials Letters, 60 (5). 710 - 713.
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The electro-brush plating technology is an important one in surface modification. The Ni-base plating coating reinforced by n-Al2O3 (noting as n-Al2O3/Ni composite coating), which the nano-grains dispersed evenly and combined tightly with matrix metal nickel, was prepared through adding nano-Al2O3 ceramic grains into the Ni-base bath. The experimental results illustrated that the micro-hardness and fretting wear-resistance of n-Al2O3/Ni composite coating were superior to that of the common rapid Ni-base plating coating. The reason was that the nano-Al2O3 ceramic grains changed the crystallizing condition of coating, so the coating was strengthened by fine-crystal intensification, high-density dislocation intensification and hard grains dispersion intensification.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Fretting wear; Electrodeposition; Nano-grains; Al2O3|
|Subjects:||Material Science > Nanostructured materials|
|Deposited On:||06 Feb 2010 11:48|
|Last Modified:||06 Feb 2010 11:48|
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