Authors: Alexey A. Vereschaka; Andre D.L. Batako; Anatoly S. Vereschaka; Alexander I. Dodonov
Addresses: Moscow State Technological University (STANKIN), Vadkovsky per. 1, Moscow, 127994, Russia ' Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF, UK ' Moscow State Technological University (STANKIN), Vadkovsky per. 1, Moscow, 127994, Russia ' CJSC "Vacuum Ionic Technologies", Pochtovaya St., 31, office 206, Istra, Moscow region, 143500, Russia
Abstract: The subject of this study was to research and develop modified multilayer nanostructured wear-resistant coatings (NWC) for cutting tools. NWC are formed through the innovation process of filtered cathodic vacuum-arc deposition (FCVAD). The processes of FCVAD allow forming NWCs by filtering vapour-ion flow of macro/micro particles in the plasma torch of vacuum arc, using the plasma duct of special structure isolated from the station chamber, when the angle of rotation of the plasma stream is 120°. This work presents the configuration of the system, alongside the influence of process parameters on the output. The topology of the coatings is presented together with the hardness and a comparison between standard physical vapour deposition (arcPVD) and FCVAD coating technologies. Machining tests were undertaken in turning of standard HB200 steel and heat resistant nickel alloy. The results are presented in terms of tool flank wear. It is shown that the application of the NWC secured 2-6 fold extended tool life.
Keywords: nanoscale multilayer composite coatings; filtered cathodic vacuum-arc deposition; FCVAD; cutting conditions; cutting tools; nanostructured coatings; nanotechnology ; wear-resistant coatings; wear resistance; topology; hardness; turning; HB200 steel; heat resistant nickel alloys; tool flank wear; tool life.
International Journal of Nanotechnology, 2017 Vol.14 No.1/2/3/4/5/6, pp.574 - 583
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