Interfacial fatigue stress in PVD TiN coated tool steels under rolling contact fatigue conditions

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Carvalho, N.J.M.; Huis in ’t Veld, A.J.; Hosson, J.Th. De;
(1998)
  • Subject: FILMS | COATINGS | physical vapour deposition | monolayers | interfacial fatigue stress | rolling contact fatigue | TiN coatings

Titanium–nitrogen (TiN) films were Physical Vapour Deposited (PVD) on tool steel substrates with different hardness and surface roughness, in a Bai 640R unit using a triode ion plating (e-gun) with a high plasma density. The coated substrates were submitted to a rolling... View more
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