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Title: Właściwości tribologiczne anodowych warstw tlenkowych modyfikowanych cząstkami węgla i nanorurkami
Other Titles: Tribological properties of oxide anodic layers modified with carbon particles and nanotubes
Authors: Służałek, Grzegorz
Duda, Piotr
Wistuba, Henryk
Keywords: anodic hard layer; nanomaterials; friction; wear; tribological properties
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Tribologia, Nr 2 (2009), s. 241-250
Abstract: Oxide coatings are known and have been used for many years. Higher and higher requirements, which lubricant free couplings or couplings with limited lubrication have to meet, initiated trials of their modification. Modifications preserve all advantages of the oxide layer, and they improve their operating properties (e.g. a decrease in the friction coefficient or wear intensity of co-partners). Tribological test results of the modified APT layers in a coupling with the PEEK/BG material in the mandrel-disk system are presented in the article. Oxide anodic layers, which were obtained on the EN AW-5251 aluminum alloy in the ternary electrolyte, have been examined in the work. Three types of the oxide layer modification were used in a form of an addition of graphite powder to the electrolyte during the production; by vacuum sublimation by means of a graphite electrode, and modifying the base layer with nano-particles. The non-modified oxide layer was used as a reference point. The modification resulted in an improvement of tribological characteristics in co-operation of the layer with the PEEK/BG material, in particular, for the modification with nano-tubes. Values of the initial and stabilised friction coefficient were significantly lower, which had an influence on higher dimension stability during experiments. In spite of the expectations the oxide coating, which was made in the ternary electrolyte with the graphite powder addition did not have significantly lower values of the friction coefficient comparing to the non-modified layer, while the wear intensity of the PEEK/BG material was higher.
ISSN: 0208-7774
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