Anti-corrosion wear-resistant coatings on parts of oil field equipment

Show simple item record Eremin, E. N. Yurov, V. M. Ibatov, M. K. Guchenko, S. A. Laurynas, V. Ch. 2018-04-20T09:51:49Z 2018-04-20T09:51:49Z 2016
dc.identifier.citation Anti-corrosion wear-resistant coatings on parts of oil field equipment/ E. N. Eremin[a.o.]//PHOTONICS APPLICATIONS IN ASTRONOMY, COMMUNICATIONS, INDUSTRY, AND HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS EXPERIMENTS 2016.-2016.-pp. 594 – 600 ru_RU
dc.description.abstract The paper reports on the preparation of ion-plasma anti-corrosion and wear-resistant coatings Cr-Mn-Si-Cu-Fe-Al and Cr-Mn-SiCu-Fe-Al-Ti. The first coating is prepared using the composite cathode. The second coating is prepared by simultaneous sputtering of composite and titanium cathodes in nitrogen atmosphere. In both cases the cellular microstructure of coatings is observed. The nanohardness of coating Cr-Mn-Si-Cu-Fe-Al, which is 7.4 GPa, is nearly two times as high as the nanohardness of titanium being 4.1 GPa and almost the same as for multilayer film Ti/D-& ɇZKLFKLV *3D 7KHFRUURVLRQUDte in sulfuric acid (53 wt.%) is about 0.02 mm/year. The nanohardness of coating Cr-Mn-Si-Cu-Fe-Al+Ti, being 14.2 GPa, is nearly equal to the nanohardness of amorphous ribbon Zr-Cu-Ti-Ni, being 14.5 GPa or silicon (100), which is 14.8 GPa. The corrosion rate in sulfuric acid (53 wt.%) is less than 0.01 mm/year. The multilayer film of Ti/D-& ɇDQGDPRUSKRXVWDSH=U-Cu-Ti-Ni are used as abrasives, but their preparation is ten times more expensive than the proposed coatings. ru_RU
dc.language.iso en ru_RU
dc.relation.ispartofseries Heat flow meter for the diagnostics of pipelines;
dc.subject anti-corrosion coating ru_RU
dc.subject wear-resistant coating ru_RU
dc.subject composite cathode ru_RU
dc.subject nanohardness ru_RU
dc.subject cellular structure ru_RU
dc.title Anti-corrosion wear-resistant coatings on parts of oil field equipment ru_RU
dc.type Article ru_RU

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