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|標題:||Mechanical performance and nanoindenting deformation of (AlCrTaTiZr)Ncy 2 multi-component coatings co-sputtered with bias||作者:||Lin, Shao-Yi
|關鍵字:||Hard coating;Multi-component;Nanoindentation;Deformation||Project:||Surface and Coatings Technology, Volume 206, Issue 24, Page(s) 5096–5102.||摘要:||
This work develops (AlCrTaTiZr)NCy multi-component coatings by co-sputtering of AlCrTaTiZr alloy and graphite in an Ar/N2 mixed atmosphere with the application of different substrate biases. All the (AlCrTaTiZr)NCy coatings deposited in different conditions exhibited a simple face-centered cubic structure. As the applied substrate bias and graphite-target power increased, the (AlCrTaTiZr)NCy coatings transformed from a large columnar structure with a  preferred orientation to a dense, ultrafine nanocomposite structure. With increasing substrate bias and graphite-target power, the hardness, H/E ratio and H3/E2 ratio of the coatings increased from 20 to 35 GPa, from 0.07 to 0.12 and from 0.10 to 0.43 GPa, respectively, attributed to the densification of the coatings, the refinement of grains, the introduction of covalent-like carbide bonds, the formation of nanocomposite structure and the existence of large lattice distortions. Because of the severe distortions in the multi-component coatings caused by the addition of differently-sized atoms, the deformation mechanism was dominated by the activity of low-angle dislocations and/or stacking faults.
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