Thick rutile layer in titanium for tribological applications.

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Show simple item record Krishna, D. Siva Rama Sun, Yong Brama, Y. L. 2010-05-18T14:53:58Z 2010-05-18T14:53:58Z 2006
dc.identifier.citation Krishna, D. SR, Brama, Y.L. and Sun, Y. (2006) Thick rutile layer in titanium for tribological applications. Tribology International, 40 (2), pp.329-334 en
dc.identifier.issn 0301-679X
dc.description.abstract In the present work, efforts have been made to oxidise the titanium surface, followed by very slow cooling to produce a thick and adherent oxide layer. The response of titanium to oxidation at various temperatures and timings has been investigated, in terms of layer thickness, phase evolution, surface morphology, oxide layer–substrate adhesion, hardness and tribological characteristics. A variety of experimental and analytical techniques, including X-ray diffraction, field-emission scanning electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, micro-hardness and tribological testing, have been used to characterise the resultant thermal oxidised surfaces. The results showed that a thick oxide layer with rutile TiO2 and oxygen diffused Ti structure can be produced, which exhibited excellent adhesion with the titanium substrate, low friction and superior wear resistance during pin-on-disc sliding tests and thus good potential for tribological applications. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Elsevier en
dc.subject wear-resistant coating en
dc.subject thermal oxidation en
dc.subject Titanium en
dc.subject friction en
dc.subject micro-hardness en
dc.title Thick rutile layer in titanium for tribological applications. en
dc.type Article en
dc.researchgroup Emerging Technologies Research Centre
dc.peerreviewed Yes en

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