5-8 September 2022
Wyndham Grand Salzburg Conference Center
Europe/Vienna timezone

On plasma processed aluminide coatings on ferrous and non-ferrous substrates: effect on microstructure and mechanical properties

7 Sep 2022, 16:30
25m
Room 2

Room 2

Oral Presentation Thermochemical treatment (carburizing, carbonitriding, nitrocarburizing, nitriding) SURFACE ENGINEERING

Speaker

N. I. JAMNAPARA (Institute for Plasma Research)

Description

Plasma assisted diffusion heat treatment has been wellknown for interstitial diffusion processes such as carburizing, nitriding etc. However, such glow discharge plasma assisted diffusion treatment has been scarcely reported for substitutional processes like aluminizing. This work presents an overview of the plasma based aluminide diffusion treatment on 9Cr steels and Ti substrates. This paper will elaborate on the changes in microstructure and mechanical properties of plasma processed iron aluminide and titanium aluminide coated substrates. The processed samples have been characterized using SEM-EDS, X-ray diffraction, vicker's microhardness and tensile test data. The plasma has been found to promote stable alpha-alumina phase after heat treatment and is also found to create nanocrystalline aluminide structure in the diffusion coating as found from XRD data. This is also supported by vicker's hardness measurements. The tensile tests showed marginal change in the tensile strength of substrates as compared to uncoated samples. The high temperature oxidation resistance of the plasma substrates was significantly better than the conventionally treated samples.

Speaker Country India
Register for the Tom Bell Young Author Award (TBYAA)? No

Primary author

N. I. JAMNAPARA (Institute for Plasma Research)

Co-authors

Dr Arunsinh ZALA (Institute for Plasma Research) Mr Tejas PAREKH (Institute for Plasma Research)

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