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Effect of reinforcing submicron SiC particles on the wear of electrolytic NiP coatings Part 2: Bi-directional sliding

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As-plated and heat-treated electrodeposited NiP and composite NiP-SiC coatings were investigated in bi-directional ball-on-disc sliding tests. All tests were performed under gross slip conditions. Heat treatment decreases the wear volume loss during fretting in ambient air for all coatings investigated. Heat-treated NiP coating has a lower wear volume loss compared to composite NiP-SiC coatings for all sliding tests. The wear rate at the bi-directional sliding test was found to be lower relative to the wear rate at uni-directional sliding test.
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hal-03598144 , version 1 (04-03-2022)

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I. R. Aslanyan, Jean-Pierre Bonino, J.-P. Celis. Effect of reinforcing submicron SiC particles on the wear of electrolytic NiP coatings Part 2: Bi-directional sliding. Surface and Coatings Technology, 2006, 201 (3-4), pp.581-589. ⟨10.1016/j.surfcoat.2005.12.015⟩. ⟨hal-03598144⟩
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