Dry machining tool design via chlorine ion implantation

Aizawa, T, Mitsuo, A, Yamamoto, S, Muraishi, S and Sumitomo, T (2004). Dry machining tool design via chlorine ion implantation. In: 14th Congress of International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering: Proceedings of the 14th IFHTSE Congress. 第十四届国际热处理及表面工程大全论文集. 14th Congress of the International Federation for Heat-Treatment-and-Surface-Engineering, Shanghai, China, (879-882). 26-28 October 2004.

Author Aizawa, T
Mitsuo, A
Yamamoto, S
Muraishi, S
Sumitomo, T
Title of paper Dry machining tool design via chlorine ion implantation
Formatted title
Dry machining tool design via chlorine ion implantation. 塩​素​イ​オ​ン​移​植​に​よ​る​乾​燥​加​工​ツ​ー​ル​設​計
Conference name 14th Congress of the International Federation for Heat-Treatment-and-Surface-Engineering
Conference location Shanghai, China
Conference dates 26-28 October 2004
Proceedings title 14th Congress of International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering: Proceedings of the 14th IFHTSE Congress. 第十四届国际热处理及表面工程大全论文集   Check publisher's open access policy
Journal name 材料热处理学报 (Cailiao Rechuli Xuebao) [Transactions of Materials and Heat Treatment]   Check publisher's open access policy
Place of Publication Beijing, China
Publisher Cailiao Rechuli Xuebao (Chinese Heat Treament Society)
Publication Year 2004
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN *************
ISSN 1009-6264
Volume 25
Issue 5:2
Start page 879
End page 882
Total pages 4
Language eng
chi
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Dry machining has become a key issue to significantly reduce the wastes of used lubricants and cleaning agents and to improve the environmental consciousness for medical and food applications of special tooling. Since the tools and metallic works are in direct contact in dry, severe adhesive wear and oxidation are thought to occur even at the presence of hard protective coatings. Self-lubrication mechanism with use of lubricous oxide films is found to be effective for dry machining. Through the chlorine ion implantation to tools, titanium base oxides are in-situ formed on the tool surface.This oxide deforms elasto-plastically so that both friction coefficient and wear volume are reduced even in the high-speed cutting.
Keyword Dry machining
Chlorine ion implantation
Self lubrication
WC tool
TiN coating
TiCN coating
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ
Additional Notes Publication date: October 2004.

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Mechanical & Mining Engineering Publications
 
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