Wear-Resistant Properties of TiC/Fe Ceramic Composite Coating on Steel Plate via Combustion Synthesis
The highly dense TiC/Fe ceramic coating was fabricated on Q235 steel surface by self- propagating high-temperature synthesis combined with pseudo hot iso-static pressing. The wear-resistant properties were examined by means of ball-on-disk contact wear test. The microstructure of TiC/Fe cermets coating was investigated. The results show that TiC/Fe cermets coating has an excellent wear-resistant property. There is little mass loss after 1200s under 30N loading under the condition of dry sliding wear testing. The major wear mechanisms are described by the following stages: sticking friction, grain abrasion and stripping of hard phase.
Wei Pan and Jianghong Gong
H. Zhao et al., "Wear-Resistant Properties of TiC/Fe Ceramic Composite Coating on Steel Plate via Combustion Synthesis", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 105-106, pp. 435-437, 2010