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Hafnium and vanadium nitride multilayer coatings [HfN/VN]n deposited onto HSS cutting tools for dry turning of a low carbon steel: a tribological compatibility case study

  • J. H. Navarro-DeviaEmail author
  • C. Amaya
  • J. C. Caicedo
  • J. H. Martínez
  • W. AperadorEmail author
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Abstract

This paper shows tribological compatibility enhancement in dry turning of a low carbon steel (AISI 1020) with High-speed steel cutting tools, due to physical vapor deposition (PVD) of hafnium and vanadium nitride multilayer coatings ([HfN/VN]n), with different bilayer number system in each tool (n = 1, n = 30, n = 50, and n = 80). Tool wear mechanisms were assessed by means of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX) techniques, and surface integrity by roughness measurement and SEM inspection. Results show these multilayer coatings increase tool life up to 43%, and modify contact at tool/workpiece interface, as a function of bilayer number (n), due to their outstanding mechanical and tribological properties as a low coefficient of friction, high thermal conductivity, and high hardness; this produces a decrease of chip compression ratio, from 3.6 to 2.7, and workpiece roughness almost 1.6 μm lesser with the tool [HfN/VN]80. Moreover, improvement of workpiece integrity includes its corrosion resistance, from a corrosion rate of 1.5 mmy, which decrease exponentially with higher bilayer number, to a corrosion rate lower than 0.1 mmy obtained with 80 bilayers, due to the change of chip morphology. Therefore, [HfN/VN]n coatings could enhance productivity and quality in an industrial manufacturing application, as these protective thin films increase tribological compatibility of tool/workpiece system.

Keywords

Hard coating Hafnium nitride Vanadium nitride Metal machining Tool wear Cutting tool Multilayer Tribology Surface integrity 

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This research was supported and funded by “Vicerrectoría de Investigaciones de la Universidad Militar Nueva Granada” project no. ING-2630 (validity 2018) and by Colciencias under call “Convocatoria 761Jóvenes Investigadores e Innovadores 2016.”

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  1. 1.School of EngineeringUniversidad Militar Nueva GranadaBogotáColombia
  2. 2.Development of Materials and Products Research Group, CDT- ASTIN SENACaliColombia
  3. 3.Tribology, Powder Metallurgy, and Processing of Solid Waste Research GroupUniversidad del ValleCaliColombia

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