한국분말야금학회지 Vol. 26 No. 5 (p.421-431)

High Velocity Oxygen Fuel 공정으로 제조된 Ni 계 자용성 복합 코팅 소재의 미세조직과 마모 특성에 미치는 고주파 열처리의 영향

Effect of High Frequency Heat Treatment on the Microstructure and Wear Properties of Ni based Self Fluxing Composite Coating Layer Manufactured by HVOF Spray Process
키워드 :
HVOF spraying,Ni based Composite coating,Colmonoy 88,Stellite 1,High frequency heat treatment

목차

Abstract
1. 서 론
2. 실험 방법
3. 결과 및 고찰
   3.1 HVOF Ni계 자용성 복합 코팅 소재의 미세조직
   3.2 HVOF Ni계 자용성 복합 코팅 소재의 경도 특성
   3.3 HVOF Ni계 자용성 복합 코팅 소재의 마모 특성
4. 결 론
References

초록

In this study, the formation, microstructure, and wear properties of Colmonoy 88 (Ni-17W-15Cr-3B-4Si wt.%) + Stellite 1 (Co-32Cr-17W wt.%) coating layers fabricated by high-velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) spraying are investigated. Colmonoy 88 and Stellite 1 powders were mixed at a ratio of 1:0 and 5:5 vol.%. HVOF sprayed selffluxing composite coating layers were fabricated using the mixed powder feedstocks. The microstructures and wear properties of the composite coating layers are controlled via a high-frequency heat treatment. The two coating layers are composed of γ-Ni, Ni3B, W2B, and Cr23C6 phases. Co peaks are detected after the addition of Stellite 1 powder. Moreover, the WCrB2 hard phase is detected in all coating layers after the high-frequency heat treatment. Porosities were changed from 0.44% (Colmonoy 88) to 3.89% (Colmonoy 88 + ST#1) as the content of Stellite 1 powder increased. And porosity is denoted as 0.3% or less by inducing high-frequency heat treatment. The wear results confirm that the wear property significantly improves after the high-frequency heat treatment, because of the presence of wellcontrolled defects in the coating layers. The wear surfaces of the coated layers are observed and a wear mechanism for the Ni-based self-fluxing composite coating layers is proposed.