By Morris J., Lycett J.
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The deposition rate can be dominated by either mass transport or surface reaction rates, depending upon the processing conditions employed (8). Typical commercial deposition rates are from about 1 to about 5 microns/hr. 0 AI,O, COATINGS The A&O, coating was the third commercially successful coating that emerged for use on cutting tools in the 1970’s. The potential of AI,O, for superior metalcutting performance was well known and exploited with some success in solid ceramic tools. The outstanding wear resistance of these tools when used for high speed machining of cast irons and steels was attributed to the superior thermodynamic stability of AI,O, relative to the carbides and nitrides normally used in bulk compositions and coatings.
7) W=L BFo H where o, = applied stress, B = the fraction of contacts that actually remove material, and F = fraction of groove volume removed. Again, there is a simple inverse relationship between volume of material removed and the hardness. , cokfworked metals vs. annealed metals). Evans and Wilshaw (10) found that the wear resistance of brittle solids varied as fracture toughness and hardness. 4 Surface Fracture Material removal due to direct surface fracture is important for brittle solids and may occur during abrasive or adhesive wear conditions.
In this discussion, wear processes will be divided into four major types: @adhesive wear, (ii) abrasive wear, (iii)corrosive or oxidative wear, and (iv) surface fatigue and fracture. Each of these processes may involve several steps which depend upon material properties that may be modified by surface processing treatments. Mathematical models proposed todescribe these wear mechanisms frequently contain hardness and fracture toughness as the primary material parameters. In many real systems, two or more wear processes may occur simultaneously.