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Microstructure and tribological behaviors of Ti6Al4V alloy treated by plasma Ni alloying

Highlights► The Ni modified layer is prepared by plasma surface alloying technique. ► The Ni modified layer is composed of TiNi, Ti2Ni and Ti phases. ► The hardness of the Ni modified layer is improved. ► Better tribological performance is attributed to synergy of Ti2Ni and TiNi. ► The Ni modified l... Full description

Journal Title: Applied Surface Science 15 September 2011, Vol.257(23), pp.10267-10272
Main Author: Wang, Zhenxia
Other Authors: He, Zhiyong , Wang, Yingqin , Liu, Xiaoping , Tang, Bin
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0169-4332 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2011.07.040
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title: Microstructure and tribological behaviors of Ti6Al4V alloy treated by plasma Ni alloying
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  • Wang, Zhenxia
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description: Highlights► The Ni modified layer is prepared by plasma surface alloying technique. ► The Ni modified layer is composed of TiNi, Ti2Ni and Ti phases. ► The hardness of the Ni modified layer is improved. ► Better tribological performance is attributed to synergy of Ti2Ni and TiNi. ► The Ni modified layer shows micro-abrasion wearing. Ni modified layer was prepared on surface of the Ti6Al4V substrate by plasma surface alloying technique. Surface morphology, micro-structure, composition distribution, phase structure, and microhardness of the Ni modified layer were analyzed. Tribological performance of the Ni modified layer and Ti6Al4V substrate was investigated by using pin-on-disc tribometer. The results indicate that roughness of the Ni modified layer was increased due to formation of the micro-convex on the modified surface. The concentration of Ni gradually decreased from the surface to interior. The maximum content of Ni atoms was nearly 90%. The modified layer was composed of TiNi, Ti2Ni and Ti phases. The maximum microhardness of the Ni modified layer was about 677HV0.025 which was increased about two-fold of microhardness of the control Ti6Al4V substrate. Wear resistance of the Ni modified layer was improved obviously, and showed micro-abrasion wearing. The strengthened mechanism of the as-treated Ti6Al4V alloy is discussed.
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abstractHighlights► The Ni modified layer is prepared by plasma surface alloying technique. ► The Ni modified layer is composed of TiNi, Ti2Ni and Ti phases. ► The hardness of the Ni modified layer is improved. ► Better tribological performance is attributed to synergy of Ti2Ni and TiNi. ► The Ni modified layer shows micro-abrasion wearing. Ni modified layer was prepared on surface of the Ti6Al4V substrate by plasma surface alloying technique. Surface morphology, micro-structure, composition distribution, phase structure, and microhardness of the Ni modified layer were analyzed. Tribological performance of the Ni modified layer and Ti6Al4V substrate was investigated by using pin-on-disc tribometer. The results indicate that roughness of the Ni modified layer was increased due to formation of the micro-convex on the modified surface. The concentration of Ni gradually decreased from the surface to interior. The maximum content of Ni atoms was nearly 90%. The modified layer was composed of TiNi, Ti2Ni and Ti phases. The maximum microhardness of the Ni modified layer was about 677HV0.025 which was increased about two-fold of microhardness of the control Ti6Al4V substrate. Wear resistance of the Ni modified layer was improved obviously, and showed micro-abrasion wearing. The strengthened mechanism of the as-treated Ti6Al4V alloy is discussed.
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