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A Comparative Study on Impact Wear of Diamond-Like Carbon Films on H62 and GCr15 Steel

The impact of Diamond-like carbon, Hydrogenated diamond-like carbon, and Hydrogenated diamond-like carbon and Hydrogenated diamond-like carbon and Hydrogenated diamond-like carbon and Hydrogenated diamond-like carbon with WC transition layer films and their GCr15 and H62 substrates were determined by reproducible impact wear characterization techniques. Despite this, three film-substrate systems on GCr15 had better impact wear resistance, compared to three film-substrate systems on H62. In addition, the impact force will rise as the film's hardness on the soft substrate increases, but the film's hardness has no effect on the impact force.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JMEP...31.6722S/abstract


Tribological properties of diamond-like carbon films deposited by vacuum arc

Implantable hip joints with metal-on-metal pairings are subjected to wear, resulting in a significant number of metal wear particles, limiting the life of implants. A DC bias based on vacuum arc film with a high yield and low wear rate could be deposit by vacuum arc at a DC bias. After the DLC-on-DLC tribopairs were tested under a high conducted load and velocity for 55 h, no delamination was observed, indicating that DLC film at the bias of u2212750 V has good tribological characteristics.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018IJMR..109..654R/abstract


Friction and wear of diamond-like carbon film deposited on CoCrMo alloy under different lubrication

Researchers should nonetheless increase implant wear resistance by using surface modification techniques, considering the risks of cobalt and chromium ions' introduction. According to the wear characteristics of diamond-like carbon film, 52. 4 percent, 47. 1 percent, and 49. 4 percent, respectively, after the deposition of diamond-like carbon film, respectively, dropped by 52. 4 percent, 47. 1 percent, and 49. 4 percent, with dry friction, physiological saline, and bovine serum lubrication.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2016IJMR..107..631L/abstract


Roles of transfer layer and surface adhesion on superlubricity behaviors of diamond-like carbon film depending on rotating and reciprocating motion

When compared to reciprocating motion, a DLC film can reveal a more stable superlubricity state and lower wear under rotating motion. The transfer layer will be quickly removed under reciprocating motion, according to TEM, AFM, Raman, and the first-principles calculation findings, but it could be stably retained under rotational rotation, which may be one of the primary reasons for the consistent superlubricity state of DLC films under rotating motion.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022ApSS..60454538L/abstract


A comparative AFM study of carbon alloyed Mo-Se-C and W-S-C films for tribological applications

Transition metal dichalcogenides have a layered structure and are, therefore, promising self-lubricating films. By means of atomic force microscopy and force spectroscopy, the topography, friction factors, and pulling off of the films' power are determined. The results reveal that the roughness parameters of Mo-Se-C films are lower than those of W-C films in high carbon content, while the reverse is true for low carbon content. According to Pull-off force results, Mo-Se-C films have higher pull off forces than W-S-C films, based on pull-off force measurements. A novel force microscopy technique is developed to determine microscopic friction coefficients and to determine surface changes caused by nanotribological experiments. At high carbon content, the friction coefficient of Mo-Se-C films is higher than that of W-C films with low carbon content, and these friction coefficients are similar to those of W-Se-C films.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010IJMR..101..845T/abstract


Effect of Heating Procedure and Annealing Temperature on Transmission Spectra of sp 1 -Carbon Films Synthesized by the Ion-Plasma Method

The film transmittance did not change when stored at these temperatures in a preheated oven for ten minutes, however the film was seen to delaminate from the substrate.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JApSp..89..517K/abstract


Aligned porous carbon film with ultralow loadings of Pt single atoms and clusters for high-current-density hydrogen generation

For the practical application of water splitting for hydrogen production, the introduction of electrocatalysts toward the hydrogen evolution reaction with high-current density capability is essential. We review the production of a single atom and Pt nanoclusters with ultralow Pt content from a simple electrochemical deposition process here. The optimized Pt SA/NC-AF electrode exhibits outstanding HER results in 0. 5 M H 2 SO 4 with outstanding intrinsic performance and ultra high mass activity, benefiting from the coterminous porous structure of the film and the high exposure of the Pt species.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022NaRes.tmp..705L/abstract


Research on the performance of carbon film formed on thin stainless steel bipolar plates of PEMFC by laser irradiating

The carbon film was produced on the thin stainless steel bipolar plates of proton exchange membrane fuel cell in order to improve the anti-corrosion characteristics of thin stainless steel bipolar plates of proton exchange membrane fuel cells by laser direct writing techniques irradiating the resulting dense polydopamine film. In a realistic PEMFC environment, laser power and scanning time had a dramatic effect on the final obtained film's anti-corrosion results. When the laser power is higher than that of 3. 5 W and scanning speed is 10 mm/s, the film made on the thin stainless steel has the highest electrochemical results in simulated PEMFC environments.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022MPLB...3642041H/abstract


Interaction effects of cathode power, bias voltage, and mid-frequency on the structural and mechanical properties of sputtered amorphous carbon films

The Design of Experiments is a promising way to investigate the cause-effect relationship between the mid-frequency magnetron sputtering parameters on amorphous carbon films' mechanical and mechanical properties. With the majority of a-C films having a sp 3 value in the range from 12 to 18%, the Raman spectroscopy obtained a sp 3 content below 20%, with the majority a-C films having a sp 3 value in the range of 12 to 18%. However, increased values of the cathode strength and bias voltage lead to a film delamination and reduction of the sp 3 yield, and a negative correlation of the sp 3 bond atoms. In conclusion, the Central Composite Design has been a safe way to investigate the effects of the sputtering parameters on the a-C film's properties.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2019ApSS..487..857T/abstract

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