Journal : Advances in Materials Science
Article : The wear resistance and thermal stability of the manganese-nitrogen-oxygen layers created on Al-Si alloy

Authors :
Davies, H.A.
Department of Engineering Materials, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom,
Pomogailo, A.D.
Institute of Problem of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences Cher-nogolovka, Russia,
Gireń, B.G.
Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery Polish Academy of Science, Poland,
Gireń, B.G.
Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery Polish Academy of Science, Poland,
Hucińska, J.
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Gdańsk, Poland,
Imielińska, K.
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Gdańsk, Poland,
Krella, A.
Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Science, Poland,
Pacyna, J.
University of Mining and Metallurgy, Cracow, Poland,
Serbiński, W.
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Gdańsk, Poland,
Abstract : The demands made on products of the automotive and machine-building industry are becoming increasingly stringent. These requirements can only be fulfilled with high quality materials and modern processing methods in design manufacturing. The possibility of fabrication of the manganese- nitrogen-oxygen Mn-N-O layers on the Al-Si alloy substrate is presented. Hardness, microstructure and phase com-position of the formed Mn-N-O layers have been examined. Results of the wear and thermal stability testing of the above layers on Al-Si alloy substrate are pre-sented. The beneficial effect of the Mn-N-O layers on the surface hardness and wear resistance of the Al-Si alloy is observed.

Keywords : wear resistance, Al-Si alloy, SEM image, Mn-N-O layers,
Publishing house : Politechnika Gdańska
Publication date : 2001
Number : Vol. 1, nr 1(1)
Page : 79 – 86

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DOI :
Qute : Davies, H.A. ,Pomogailo, A.D. ,Gireń, B.G. ,Gireń, B.G. ,Hucińska, J. ,Imielińska, K. ,Krella, A. ,Pacyna, J. ,Serbiński, W. ,Serbiński, W. , The wear resistance and thermal stability of the manganese-nitrogen-oxygen layers created on Al-Si alloy. Advances in Materials Science Vol. 1, nr 1(1)/2001
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