Deposition of Coatings for Raising the Wear Resistance of Friction Surfaces of Spherical Sliding Bearings
The process of finishing plasma hardening with deposition of a multilayer amorphous coating of the Si – O – C – N system is considered as applied to hardening of the friction surfaces of spherical sliding bearings. The microrelief, the submicrorelief, and the tribological characteristics of the deposited wear-resistant antifriction amorphous coating, which are responsible for the elevated wear resistance of spherical sliding bearings, are investigated.
Key wordswear resistance multilayer antifriction amorphous coating friction surface microrelief submicrorelief spherical sliding bearing plasma hardening
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