Modern Surface Technology

Modern Surface Technology

By: C. Benjamin Nakhosteen (translator), Thomas Wenz (editor), Kai Mohwald (editor), Friedrich-Wilhelm Bach (editor), Andreas Laarmann (editor)Hardback

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This translation of a successful German title provides a broad and fundamental overview of current coating technology. Edited by experts from one of the largest research centers for this field in Germany, this valuable reference combines research and industrial perspectives, treated by authors from academia and industry alike. They discuss the potential of the many innovations introduced into industrial application in recent years, allowing materials scientists and engineers to find the appropriate solution for their own specific coating problems. Thus, with the aid of this book, it is possible to make coating technology an integral part of R&D, construction and production.

About Author

Professor Bach is Head of the Materials Institute of the Universitat of Hannover and Director of the Research Center for Surface Technologies and Innovation Services (FORTIS) in Witten, Germany. He is one of the highest renowned experts on surface technologies in Germany. Dr. M?ld is also member of FORTIS. Dr. Laarmann works as a Technical Consultant for Benteler Steel/Tube in Paderborn, T. Wenz is a Project-Engineer at Durum Verschleiss-Schutz in Willich. Dr. Mohwald is also member of FORTIS Board of Directors, A. Laarmann and T. Wenz also belong to FORTIS.


Preface. List of Contributors. 1 Selecting Surface-treatment Technologies (W. Tillmann, E. Vogli). 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Requirements on Part Surfaces. 1.3 Selecting Coating and Surface Technologies. 1.4 Processes for Surface Modification and Coating. 1.5 Economic Assessment of Surface-treatment Technologies. 1.6 Summary and Conclusions. References. 2 Stainless Austenitic Steel - Surface Hardening for Increased Wear Resistance (M. Wagner). 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Fundamentals. 2.3 Technologies for Surface Hardening of Austenitic Stainless Steels. 2.4 Applications. 2.5 Outlook. References. 3 Fundamentals of Thin-film Technology (M. Nicolaus, M. Schapers). 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Classification of Thin-film Coating Processes. 3.3 General Aspects of Gas-phase Coating Processes. 3.4 Plasma Properties. 3.5 Coating Configuration. 3.6 Electrodeposition and Electroless Plating Processes. References. 4 Innovations in PVD Technology for High-performance Applications (K. Bobzin, E. Lugscheider, M. Maes, P. Immich). 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Market Situation. 4.3 Application Examples. 4.4 Summary. References. 5 Development and Status Quo of Thermal CVD Hard-material Coating (A. Szabo). 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Early CVD Hard-material Coating. 5.3 Fundamentals of Deposition Processes. 5.4 Combination Coatings. 5.5 Material and Coating Properties. 5.6 Performance of Hard-material Coatings - Applications. 5.7 CVD Coating at Lower Temperatures. 5.8 Summary and Conclusions. References. 6 Hot-filament CVD Diamond Thin Films (O. Lemmer, R. Cremer, D. Breidt, M. Frank, J. Muller). 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Differences of Diamond Tools. 6.3 Substrate Pre-treatment. 6.4 Production of CVD Diamond. 6.5 Hot-filament Process. 6.6 Controlling CVD Diamond Properties. 6.7 Industrial Deposition of CVD Diamond. 6.8 Post-treatment of CVD Diamond. 6.9 Applications for Diamond-coated Tools. 6.10 Summary and Conclusions. References. 7 An Introduction to Electrodeposition and Electroless Plating Processes (W. Olberding). 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Fundamentals of Electrodeposition (Considering Nickel Deposition as Example). 7.3 Overview of System Technologies. 7.4 Overview of Individual Process Steps in Electroplating. 7.5 Microstructuring and Electroforming. 7.6 Summary. References. 8 Fundamentals of Thermal Spraying, Flame and Arc Spraying (Z. Babiak, T. Wenz, L. Engl). 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Fundamentals of Thermal Spraying. 8.3 Flame Spraying. 8.4 Arc Spraying. 8.5 Summary and Conclusions. References. 9 Spray Materials (J. Beczkowiak). 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Spray Material Properties Determined by Production Issues. 9.3 Material Selection for Coating Applications. 10 High-velocity Oxygen Fuel Flame Spraying (O. Brandt). 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Characteristics. 10.3 Technical Considerations. 10.4 Applications. 10.5 Process Monitoring and Control. 10.6 Development Trends. 10.7 Summary. References. 11 Triplex II - Development of an Economical High-performance Plasma Spray System for Highest-quality Demands even under Challenging Production Conditions (H. Zimmermann, H.-M. Hohle). 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Fundamentals of Plasma Spraying. 11.3 Standard Plasma Gun Design. 11.4 Development of the High-performance Three-cathode Plasma Gun Triplex. 11.5 Triplex II - A New Era in Plasma Spraying Technology. 11.6 Positive Feedback from Industry. 11.7 Summary. References. 12 System Technology, Gas Supply, and Potential Applications for Cold Gas Spraying (W. Krommer, P. Heinrich). 12.1 Introduction. 12.2 System Design. 12.3 Applications. 12.4 Summary. References. 13 Diagnostics in Thermal Spraying Processes (J. Prehm, K. Hartz). 13.1 Introduction. 13.2 Classification of Diagnostic Methods. 13.3 Methods for Particle Diagnostics. 13.4 Methods for Plasma and Hot Gas Diagnostics. 13.5 Methods for Online Process Control. 13.6 Summary and Conclusions. References. 14 Sol-gel Coating Processes (M. Kursawe, V. Hilarius, G. Pfaff, R. Anselmann). 14.1 Introduction. 14.2 Sol-gel Coating Formation for SiO 2 . 14.3 Application Examples . 14.4 Conclusions. References. 15 Hot-dip Coating (W. Bleck, D. Beste). 15.1 Mechanisms of Corrosion Protection. 15.2 Phase Diagrams Fe-Zn, Fe-Al, Al-Zn, and Fe-Al-Zn. 15.3 Metal Coatings. 15.4 Systems Technology. 15.5 Quality Control. 15.6 Summary and Conclusions. References. 16 Build-up Brazed Wear-protection Coatings (H. Krappitz). 16.1 Introduction. 16.2 Brazing and Soldering. 16.3 BrazeCoat Technology. 16.4 Summary. References. 17 Applications of Coating Processes in Brazing Technology (K. Mohwald, U. Hollander, A. Laarmann). 17.1 Introduction. 17.2 Brazing Filler-metal Application by Thermal Spraying. 17.3 Electroplating and Electroless Plating Methods for Brazing Filler-metal Application. 17.4 Brazing Filler-metal Application by PVD. 17.5 Summary and Conclusions. References. 18 Surface Protection by Means of Build-up Welding (A. Gebert, B. Bouaifi). 18.1 Introduction. 18.2 Process Variants. 18.3 Characterisation of Build-up Welded Coatings. 18.4 Build-up Welding Techniques. 18.5 Coating Materials for Build-up Welding. 18.6 Summary and Conclusions. References. 19 Non-destructive Testing and Assessment of Coatings (W. Reimche, R. Duhm). 19.1 Introduction. 19.2 Coatings. 19.3 Thickness-measurement Techniques. 19.4 Internal Stresses in Coatings. 19.5 Detecting Coating Defects. 19.6 Summary and Conclusions. References. Subject Index.

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  • ISBN13: 9783527315321
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 346
  • ID: 9783527315321
  • weight: 798
  • ISBN10: 3527315322

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