MME  Vol.5 No.4 , November 2015
Studying the Preheating Effect on Certain Mechanical Properties of the Coating Layer by Vacuum Ion Plasma Coating
ABSTRACT
The present paper is concerned with the study of two main points: clarifying the effect of preheating on the surface microscopic shape of coating layer by vacuum ion plasma coating technology and on the amount of micro-hardness besides studying the properties of the surfaces that concern the parts of the mechanical system because of their direct and active effect on the machine efficient performance and machine life in general and their important effect on the product efficiency. As known, the instruments that measure the traditional roughness give us numbers and charts that, to a certain extent, describe the actual state of the surface shape within limited range of accuracy, but it has become necessary to find more accurate methods that suit the development obtained in industry, namely, the important applications like aircraft missiles and others. One of the suggested solutions for this is to get benefit of average fractal dimension for the surface by the help of the new technologies which, in return, help in the possibility to determine the surface state with high accuracy that matches the importance of application.

Cite this paper
Majeed, A. (2015) Studying the Preheating Effect on Certain Mechanical Properties of the Coating Layer by Vacuum Ion Plasma Coating. Modern Mechanical Engineering, 5, 105-111. doi: 10.4236/mme.2015.54010.
References
[1]   Thamizhmanii, S., Bin Omar, B., Saparudin, S. and Hasan, S. (2008) Surface Roughness Analyses on Hard Martens Tic Stainless Steel by Turning. Journal of Achievements in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, 26, 139-142.

[2]   Legutko, S., Kluk, P. and Stoic, A. (2011) Research of the Surface Roughness Created during Pull Broaching Process. METABK, 50, 245-248.

[3]   Buj-Corrral, I. and Vivancos-Calvet, J. (2011) Roughness Variability in the Honing Process of Steel Cylinder with CBN Metal Bonded Tools. Precision Engineering, 35, 289-293.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.precisioneng.2010.11.004

[4]   Ruzicka, S. and Hausild, P. (2010) Fractal Aspects of Ductile and Cleavage Fracture Surfaces. International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, 77, 744-752.

[5]   Feder, J. (1988) Fractals. Plenum, New York.

[6]   Bojokin, S.V. and Parshin, D.A. (2001) Fractals and Multifractals. Regular and Chaotic Dynamics, NITs, Izhevsk, 128 p.

[7]   Mandelbrot, B.B. (1982) Fractal Geometry of Nature. Freeman, San Francisco.

[8]   Fraczek, J., Kaczorowski, J. and OElipek, Z. (2000) Measurement of Grain Surface Roughness. International Agrophysics, 14, 167-172.

[9]   Leonid, S., Valeriy, G. and Boris, B. (2012) Investigation of Porosity and Fractal Properties of the Sintered Metal and Semiconductor Layers in the MDS Capacitor Structure. Science of Sintering, 44, 95-101.
http://dx.doi.org/10.2298/SOS1201095S

[10]   Sanchez-Molina, D., Velazquez-Ameijide, J., Quintana, V., Arregui-Dalmases, C., Crandall, J.R., Subit, D. and Kerrigan, J.R. (2013) Fractal Dimension and Mechanical Properties of Human Cortical Bone. International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, 35, 576-582.

[11]   Edgar, G. (2000) Measure, Topology, and Fractal Geometry. 2nd Edition, Springer, USA.

[12]   Roy, M., Ray, K.K. and Sundararajan, G. (1999) The Influence of Erosion-Induced Roughness on the Oxidation Kinetics of Ni and Ni± 20Cr Alloys. Oxidation of Metals, 51, 251-272.

 
 
Top