Papers by Author: Fu Hui Wang

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Authors: Y.X. Cai, Y.D. Liu, Yi Nong Wang, Gang Wang, Yan Dong Wang, Fu Hui Wang, Liang Zuo
Abstract: The aim of this work is to investigate the relationship between the deformation microstructure and texture in cold rolled Interstitial Free (IF) steel sheets. In the present research, the cold rolled IF steel sheets with 10%-50% reductions are used to observe the characteristic microstructure and individual orientations by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and SAED patterns. The experimental results on inter-granular strain homogeneity and dislocation wall formation are given in details in this paper. The results are explained by the analysis of crystallographic gliding and are helpful to improve the prediction of cold rolling textures.
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Authors: Q.W. Jiang, Yu Dong Zhang, X. Zhao, Z.D. Liang, Fu Hui Wang, Liang Zuo
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Authors: Sheng Long Zhu, Yu Ming Xiong, F. Zhang, Ying Yuan Teng, Fu Hui Wang, Jack Zhang, Wei Tao Wu
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Authors: Cheng Wang, Sheng Long Zhu, Fu Hui Wang
Abstract: An inorganic metal modified silicate composite coating was developed to protect the corrosion and oxidation of Ti6Al4V alloy at 650°C. The properties of the coatings were investigated by oxidation and corrosion experiments, and the microstructure of the coatings was studied by SEM. The isothermal oxidation results indicated that the Ti6Al4V alloy suffered serious oxidation after exposed for 100h at 650°C and the mass of the alloy gained almost lineally, while the coated alloy had almost no mass gain and the coatings keep intact after oxidation. The salt spray test for 20h and oxidation at 650°C for 2h was carried out to investigate the corrosion and oxidation properties of the coatings. The results indicated that the alloy experienced serious corrosion after experiment for 20 cycles, while the coated alloy did not corrode after the experiments. The thermal shock experiments indicated that the coatings could withstand 50 times thermal shock when kept for 5min at 700°C and then immediately put into 3.5%NaCl solution at room temperature.
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Authors: Ping Yu, Wen Wang, Fu Hui Wang, Sheng Long Zhu
Abstract: K38 nanocrystalline coatings with various amounts of yttrium addition were deposited by magnetron sputtering. Cyclic oxidation tests were conducted at 800-1000oC in air in order to reveal the effect of reactive elements on the oxidation behavior of nanocrystalline material. The results indicated that the influence of yttrium was not observable at 800oC. At 900 and 1000oC, addition of 0.1 wt.% Y decreased the growth rate of scale, while 0.5 wt.% Y addition significantly increased the oxidation rate of nanocrystalline coating.
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Authors: Li Xin, Ping Liu, Hui Zhao, Sheng Long Zhu, Fu Hui Wang
Abstract: The depth distribution of the residual stress in graded (Ti, Al) N coating deposited on steel by arc ion plating was measured by the Stripping Layer Substrate Curvature Technique, and the effect of graded (Ti, Al) N and mono-layered (Ti, Al)N coating on the fatigue properties of 1Cr11Ni2W2MoV stainless steel were investigated. The depth distribution of the residual stress in mono-layered Ti70Al30N and TiN were also measured for comparison. The results show that the residual stresses in the coatings are compressive, which increase gradually from the coating/substrate interface and reach a maximum value at the middle region, then decrease until the surface. Compared with TiN and Ti70Al30N, the stress maximum value in the graded coating is nearer to the coating surface. It is also shown that the fatigue strength of the graded (Ti, Al)N and Ti70Al30N coated samples are superior to that of the uncoated substrate. The improvement of the fatigue properties for the coated samples is thought to be attributed to the hard coatings with high compressive stress.
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Authors: L. Zhu, X. Peng, Fu Hui Wang, Wei Tao Wu
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Authors: Chang Jie Feng, Ming Sheng Li, Li Xin, Sheng Long Zhu, Fu Hui Wang
Abstract: (Ti1-xAlx)N(x=0, 0.1, 0.3) coatings were deposited on 1Cr11Ni2W2MoV stainless steel by arc ion plating. The (Ti1-xAlx)N coatings had B1 NaCl structure, however its preferred orientation change from (111) to (220) with the increase of Al content. A number of nodule-shaped spots identified as rutile TiO2 by XRD formed on the surface of TiN coating after corrosion beneath NaCl deposit in wet oxygen at 600 oC. With the addition of Al, a thin scale composed of Al2O3 and TiO2 formed on the surface of the (Ti1-xAlx)N coatings instead of a scale of TiO2 on TiN coating, thereby their corrosion resistance was remarkably enhanced.
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Authors: Yu Ming Xiong, Fu Hui Wang, Wei Tao Wu, Yan Niu
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