Micro Scratch Testing CrN Coating on Titanium Alloy

 NANOVEA
  17th-Mar-2010
Description: Chromium Nitride (CrN) Coatings are designed to perform under conditions of high load and temperature. By using micro scratch testing it is possible to detect premature adhesive failure of the CrN coating in real-life applications. The test was performed at standard temperature but the test could also be performed at high temperature to better simulate the conditions to which the coating is subjected.
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MICRO SCRATCH TESTING OF CrN ON TITANIUM ALLOY

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Pierre Leroux

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