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Surface engineering 2001 : fundamentals and applications : symposium held November 26-29, 2001, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. /
editors, Wen Jin Meng ... [et al.].
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Warrendale, Pa. : Materials Research Society, c2002.
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xiii, 451 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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1558996338
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Warrendale, Pa. : Materials Research Society, c2002.
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1558996338
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Representing a relatively new and interdisciplinary field, this volyme explores the linkages between surface engineering and tribology across engineering fields, from the MEMs industry to the traditional machinery industry, to the transportation industry. While the characteristic size of the respective mechanical systems varies from nano- to tens of meters, overall performance critically depends on the near-surface mechanical, thermal and tribological behavior. Advances in surface engineering technologies enable surfaces with superior wear resistance, friction behavior and corrosion characteristics, without altering the desired bulk mechanical properties. This provides opportunities to engineer next-generation mechanical systems well beyond the current performance envelope. A better understanding of the tribological behavior of engineered surfaces is the key to the future success of many new (e.g. MEMS) and old (e.g. machinery and transportation) industries. Advances on surface engineering materials, technologies and tribology are addressed in the volume, as are numerical simulations and modeling related to the same issues. Topics include: mechanical and tribological properties of nanostructures; macro-, micro- and nanotribology; industrial applications of surface engineering; deposition, characterization and properties of films and coatings; synthesis and characterization; surface engineering issues in MEMS structures and devices; and mechanical, tribological and other properties.
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Representing a relatively new and interdisciplinary field, this book explores the linkages between surface engineering and tribology across engineering fields, from the MEMs industry to the traditional machinery industry, to the transportation industry. While the characteristic size of the respective mechanical systems varies from nano- to tens of meters, overall performance critically depends on the near-surface mechanical, thermal and tribological behavior. Advances in surface engineering technologies enable surfaces with superior wear resistance, friction behavior and corrosion characteristics, without altering the desired bulk mechanical properties. This provides opportunities to engineer next-generation mechanical systems well beyond the current performance envelope. A better understanding of the tribological behavior of engineered surfaces is the key to the future success of many new (e.g. MEMS) and old (e.g. machinery and transportation) industries. Advances on surface engineering materials, technologies and tribology are addressed in the book, as are numerical simulations and modeling related to the same issues.
Unpaid Annotation
Representing a relatively new and interdisciplinary field, this volume explores the linkages between surface engineering and tribology across engineering fields, from the MEMs industry to the traditional machinery industry, to the transportation industry. While the characteristic size of the respective mechanical systems varies from nano- to tens of meters, overall performance critically depends on the near-surface mechanical, thermal and tribological behavior. Advances in surface engineering technologies enable surfaces with superior wear resistance, friction behavior and corrosion characteristics, without altering the desired bulk mechanical properties. This provides opportunities to engineer next-generation mechanical systems well beyond the current performance envelope. A better understanding of the tribological behavior of engineered surfaces is the key to the future success of many "new (e.g. MEMS) and "old (e.g. machinery and transportation) industries. Advances on surface engineering materials, technologies and tribology are addressed in the volume, as are numerical simulations and modeling related to the same issues.
Table of Contents
Preface
Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
A Consistent Rationale for the Superior Strength and Ultra-Hardness of Ceramic Nano-Composite Coatingsp. 3
Determining the Limit of Hardness in Ternary Carbide Thin Filmsp. 9
Nano Indentations Studies of WC/C and TiN/(Ti,Al)N Multilayer PVD Coatings Combined With Cross-Sectional Electron Microscopy Observationsp. 15
Mechanical Characterization of Functionally Graded Materials With a Yield Strength Gradientp. 21
Different Mechanisms Leading to Superhard Coatings: Stable Nanocomposites and High Biaxial Compressive Stressp. 27
Changes in Surface Mechanical Properties Through Electrochemical Modificationsp. 35
Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulations of Dislocation Etch-Pitsp. 41
Instrumented-Indentation for Mechanical Characterization of Boron Carbide Nano-Composite Coatingsp. 47
Nanoindentation and Wear Behavior of Nickel-Titanium Alloys and Thin Filmsp. 53
BN Protective Coating for High Temperature Applicationsp. 61
The Microstructure and Wear Behavior of Cr- and W-DLC Coatings Sputter-Deposited onto AISI 52100 Substrates as Elucidated Using Focused-Ion-Beam SEMp. 67
Low Friction W-C:H Coatings for Wear Resistance in Roller Bearingsp. 77
Characterization of the Degraded Microstructures of a Platinum Aluminide Coatingp. 83
Functionally Graded Materials Produced With High power Lasersp. 89
Effects of Porosity and Thermal Aging on In-Plane Cracking Behavior of Thermal Barrier Coatingsp. 95
Spectroscopic Ellipsometry as a Potential In-Line Optical Metrology Tool for Relative Porosity Measurements of Low-k Dielectric Filmsp. 101
Novel Preparation Method of Thin Films by Ablation Plasma Produced by Intense Pulsed Ion Beam Evaporationp. 107
In Situ Monitoring of Nucleation Stage During Aluminum-CVD for Nanostructure Controlp. 121
Fabrication of CaO Insulator Coatings by MOCVD for Application in Fusion Reactor Blanketsp. 127
Measurement of Mechanical Properties of Single and Multi-Layered Nitride Thin Films Prepared By Cathodic Arc Depositionp. 133
Calcium Oxide Coating on Vanadium Alloys in Liquid Lithiump. 141
Sputter-Deposited bcc Tantalum on Steel With the Interfacial Tantalum Nitride Layerp. 147
A Novel Silicon-Carbon Precursor for Oligomer Chemical Vapor Deposition of Silicon Carbide for Harsh Environmental Applicationsp. 153
CVD Diamond Synthesis on WC-Co Cutting Tool Via Electrophoretic Seeding Processp. 159
Hydrogen Free, High sp3 Content DLC Films Produced by Pulsed Laser Ablation of Amorphous Graphitep. 165
Laser Writing of Nanostructures on Magnetic Film Surfaces With Optical Near Field Effectsp. 171
Characteristics of Polycrystalline Silicon Thin Films Prepared By Pulsed Ion-Beam Evaporationp. 177
Preparation of TiFe Thin Films by Pulsed Ion Beam Evaporationp. 183
High Quality Optical Film Formation With O[subscript 2] Cluster Ion Assisted Depositionp. 189
Precise Control of CVD-ZrO[subscript 2] Film Properties Based on Kinetic Informationp. 195
Bio-Compatible Thin Films on Rare Earth Based Permanent Magnetsp. 201
Surface Phases of Metals on Silicon as Material for Surface Engineeringp. 207
Mechanical Testing of Free-Standing Thin Filmsp. 215
On the Mechanism of Fatigue in Micron-Scale Structural Films of Polycrystalline Siliconp. 227
Functionally Graded CVD Mullite Coatingsp. 237
Characterization of High Alumina Refractory Ceramics Treated With Combined Two Laser Surface Processingp. 243
Microstructure and Tribological Behavior of Cr-DLC Nanocomposite Filmsp. 249
Characteristics of Cr-Al-N-O Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Depositionp. 255
Relationships Between the Structural, Chemical, and Mechanical Properties of Si-aC:H Thin Filmsp. 261
Structural and Tribological Properties of TiC/C/Ag Coatings in Vacuum and Ambient Environmentsp. 273
Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Nanocrystalline and Epitaxial TiN Filmsp. 279
Phase Analysis for Single Crystalline Silicon Scratched by Spherical Diamond Tipp. 285
Cross-Sectional Phase Analysis of Single Crystalline Silicon Indented by Rockwell Indenterp. 291
Investigation of Structural and Mechanical Properties of Laser Deposited Microlaminate Hard Coatingsp. 297
Assessment of Microscale Test Methods of Peeling and Splitting Along Surface of Thin-Film/Substratesp. 305
Effect of Pre-Oxidation on the Oxidation Behavior of Ti-2Al-2.5Zr Alloy at 300 [degrees]C in an Alkaline Steamp. 311
Thermal-Mechanical Effects of Ceramic Thermal Barrier Coatings on Diesel Engine Pistonp. 317
Tribology of Material Contacts Under Dynamic Loading, Studied by Electrical Resistance Measurementp. 323
Fabrication and Nanostructured Surface Layers of Al Alloy by Surface Vibrational Mechanical Attritionp. 329
Nanostructured Ultrathin Films of Silicate Clay and Polyelectrolytes: Deposition Parameters and Mechanical Properties by Nanoindentationp. 335
Physical Properties and Diffusion Characteristics of CVD-Grown TiSiN Filmsp. 341
Diamond Coated WC Tools for Machining Wood and Particle Boardp. 347
Interfacial Force Microscopy and its Application in Metal Matrix Compositesp. 353
A Nanoscratch Method for Assessing Wear of Metal Carbide-Metal Nacreous Nanostructuresp. 359
Field Emission Properties of Nitrogen-Doped Diamond-Like Carbon Films Deposited by Direct Metal Ion Beam Depositionp. 365
Thermoelectric Properties of B[subscript 12+x]C[subscript 3-x] Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Ion-Beam Evaporationp. 371
Effect of Co Seed Layers on the Magnetic Anisotropy of Au/Co Metallic Multilayersp. 377
The Structures of Copper-Doped Carbon Aerogels Prepared by an Ion Exchange Methodp. 383
Superlubricity and Wearless Sliding in Diamondlike Carbon Filmsp. 391
Plasma Deposition of Amorphous Carbon Films From Methane Atmospheres Highly Diluted in Argonp. 405
Effect of Tribological Properties of Undoped and Florine-Doped Silicon Di-Oxide Films on Chemical Mechanical Planarization Processp. 411
The Effects of Substrate Temperature and Bias on the Structural, Mechanical and Tribological Properties of TiC Films Deposited by Magnetron Assisted Pulsed Laser Depositionp. 419
Ionizing Radiation Effects on Interfaces in Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Compositesp. 425
Selective Deposition of Two-Dimensional Colloidal Arrays on Patterned Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Templatesp. 439
Author Indexp. 445
Subject Indexp. 449
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