Influence of Mo on the high temperature wear performance of NiCrBSi hardfacings

Shaikh Asad Ali Dilawary, Amir Motallebzadeh, Erdem Atar, Huseyin Cimenoglu*

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Abstract

This study investigates the effect of 10 wt% Mo alloying of NiCrBSi hardfacing on the microstructure and dry sliding wear performance at room temperature and elevated temperatures up to 700 °C. Mo additions refined the boride and carbide phases in the microstructure and formed a Mo-rich boro-carbide along with a 20% drop in its hardness. It further improved the wear resistance at all tested temperatures due to the formation of Mo oxides on the worn surfaces.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)288-295
Number of pages8
JournalTribology International
Volume127
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2018

Bibliographical note

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Funding

Research grant of Istanbul Technical University [Grant number MDK-2017-40819 ] is gratefully acknowledged. PhD study grant provided by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (Prov Award/HRD/OS-II/Turk/Batch-V/AD/Fall2014/ ) for Shaikh Asad Ali Dilawary is also acknowledged. Assistance by Mr. Ahmet Nazim of Gebze Technical University and Mr. Mert Altay of Istanbul Technical University, for SEM studies is highly appreciated. Senmak Co., Turkey deserves special mention for the provision of PTA facility. Research grant of Istanbul Technical University [Grant number MDK-2017-40819] is gratefully acknowledged. PhD study grant provided by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (Prov Award/HRD/OS-II/Turk/Batch-V/AD/Fall2014/) for Shaikh Asad Ali Dilawary is also acknowledged. Assistance by Mr. Ahmet Nazim of Gebze Technical University and Mr. Mert Altay of Istanbul Technical University, for SEM studies is highly appreciated. Senmak Co., Turkey deserves special mention for the provision of PTA facility.

FundersFunder number
Istanbul Teknik ÜniversitesiMDK-2017-40819
Higher Education Commision, PakistanAward/HRD/OS-II/Turk/Batch-V/AD/Fall2014/

    Keywords

    • Hardfacing
    • High temperature wear
    • NiCrBSi
    • Oxide-layer

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