Advanced Thermally Assisted Surface Engineering Processes

Advanced Thermally Assisted Surface Engineering Processes

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Surfaces are the bounding faces of solids. The interaction of component surface with the working environment results in wear and corrosion. Estimated loss due to wear and corrosion in the USA is around $500 billion. Engineered surfaces are the key to the reduction of losses due to wear and corrosion. There are surface engineering books on specific processes such as thermal spraying and vapor phase deposition or about specific heat sources such as plasma or laser. However, there are few, if any, covering the whole range of advanced surface engineering processes. Advanced Thermally Assisted Surface Engineering Processes has been structured to provide assistance and guidance to the engineers, researchers and students in choosing the right process from the galaxy of newer surface engineering techniques using advanced heat sources.The level of nuclear plant exposure due to activated cobalt wear debris can be reduced by providing wear resistant coating on cobalt base materials. Multilayer chromium nitride (Cr-N)ss/Cr2N coatings consisting of chromium nitride (Cr2N) top layer and solid solution of nitrogen in ... Another development to eliminate a#39; line of sighta#39; problem associated with PVD is the use of Plasma Source Ion Implantationanbsp;...

Title:Advanced Thermally Assisted Surface Engineering Processes
Author:Ramnarayan Chattopadhyay
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2004-02-29


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