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Rolling contact fatigue in a vacuum : test equipment and coating analysis

Author: Michael Danyluk; Anoop Dhingra
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2014] ©2015
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This book deals with wear and performance testing of thin solid film lubrication and hard coatings in an ultra-high vacuum (UHV), a process which enables rapid accumulation of stress cycles compared with testing in oil at atmospheric pressure. The authors' lucid and authoritative narrative broadens readers' understanding of the benefits of UHV testing: a cleaner, shorter test is achieved in high vacuum, disturbance  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Danyluk, Michael.
Rolling Contact Fatigue in a Vacuum : Test Equipment and Coating Analysis.
Cham : Springer International Publishing, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Danyluk; Anoop Dhingra
ISBN: 9783319119304 3319119303 331911929X 9783319119298
OCLC Number: 894554116
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 167 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Coating Processes Compatible with High-Voltage Devices; 1.2 Monograph Overview; 1.3 Plasma Diagnostics and Measurements; 1.4 Process Control Considerations; 1.5 Monograph Organization; References; Part I: Vacuum Systems Infrastructure and Chamber Design; Chapter 2: Vacuum Chamber Design; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Vacuum Chamber Design Considerations; 2.3 Chamber Material Selection; 2.3.1 Material Outgassing; 2.3.2 Vacuum Welds, Gaskets, and Attachments; 2.3.3 Vacuum Chamber Isolation; 2.4 Vacuum Components Selection; 2.4.1 High-Vacuum Pumping System. 2.4.2 Vacuum Measurement System Selection2.4.3 Vacuum System Safety Interlocks; 2.5 Case Study: Chamber Vibration Isolation and Measurement; 2.5.1 Vibration Transmissibility Design; 2.5.2 Accelerometer Response Comparison; 2.6 Case Study Continued: Optimum Chamber Design; 2.6.1 Design Optimization Analysis; 2.6.2 Compare Optimum Designs; 2.7 Assembly and Cleaning; 2.8 Residual Gas Analysis; 2.8.1 Establishing Chamber Baseline; 2.8.2 Helium Leak Check; 2.9 System Commissioning; References; Chapter 3: Rolling Contact Testing of Ball Bearing Elements; 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Analysis of Rolling Contact in Vacuum3.2.1 Calculations of Contact Stress; 3.2.2 Contact Load Versus Cycles; 3.3 Rolling Contact Wear; 3.3.1 Empirical Approach; 3.3.2 Thermodynamic Approach to Friction and Wear; References; Chapter 4: Rolling Contact Fatigue in High Vacuum; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Rolling Contact Fatigue Test Platform; 4.2.1 Test Configuration in Oil; 4.2.2 Test Configuration in Vacuum; 4.2.3 Rolling Elements in Vacuum; 4.3 Rolling Contact Fatigue Vacuum Test; 4.3.1 Coated Rolling Elements in Vacuum; 4.3.2 Test Assembly in Vacuum Chamber; 4.3.3 RCF Test Failure Criterion. 4.3.4 Analysis Tools4.3.5 RCF Test Results; 4.3.6 Post-Test Autopsy of Contacting Elements; 4.3.7 Post-Test Elemental Content of Film; 4.4 Friction and Wear Calculations; 4.4.1 Third-Body Transfer Mechanism; 4.4.2 Empirical Comparison: Lundberg-Palmgren Model; Conclusions and Observations; References; Chapter 5: Coating Thickness Calculation and Adhesion; 5.1 Thickness Measurement Techniques; 5.1.1 Calculate Thickness by Weight; 5.1.2 Thickness Measurement Using XRF Spectrometry; 5.2 Pretest Adhesion Check; 5.2.1 Scratch Test Ball Sample; 5.2.2 Particulate Detection Tape Testing. 5.3 Closing CommentsReferences; Part II: Simulation and Testing of Thin Films in a Vacuum Environment; Chapter 6: Ion-Plating Process Model; 6.1 Plasma and Deposition Processes; 6.2 Postdeposition Fatigue Testing; 6.3 Plasma-Assisted Deposition; 6.4 Coating Procedure for RCF Testings; 6.5 Plasma Effects on Coating Thickness; 6.6 Analysis of Extreme DoE Coating Tests; 6.7 RCF Testing of Extreme DoE Coated Balls; 6.8 Ion-Plating Model in SimulinkTM; 6.8.1 Cathode dc-Sheath Model; 6.8.2 Sputter and Evaporation-Sputter Deposition Models; 6.8.3 Elements of the Ion-Plating Simulation Model.
Responsibility: Michael Danyluk, Anoop Dhingra.

Abstract:

This book deals with wear and performance testing of thin solid film lubrication and hard coatings in an ultra-high vacuum (UHV), a process which enables rapid accumulation of stress cycles compared with testing in oil at atmospheric pressure. The authors' lucid and authoritative narrative broadens readers' understanding of the benefits of UHV testing: a cleaner, shorter test is achieved in high vacuum, disturbance rejection by the deposition controller may be optimized for maximum fatigue life of the coating using rolling contact fatigue testing (RCF) in a high vacuum, and RCF testing in UHV.

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