Selected fretting-wear-resistant coatings for titanium--6-percent-aluminum--4-percent-vanadium alloy
U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1976 - Technology & Engineering - 23 pages
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13 percent titanium 3X10 cycles 3xl05 cycles 4-percent-vanadium alloy Ti-6A1-4V 6-percent-aluminum 70 micrometers 80 hertz aith AlgO^-TiOg coating aluminum bronze aluminum oxide amplitude coatings and surface COATINGS FOR TITANIUM cobalt crack initiation cycles in dry debris dry air fatigue strength flat surface frequency fretting cycles fretting damage fretting exposure Fretting wear volume fretting-wear graphite fluoride hard coating Lewis Research Center light-section methyl phenyl silicone moist air moisture-saturated air molybdenum disulfide MoSg NASA TN newtons nitride surface treatment Normal load number of cycles phenyl silicone bonded plasma-sprayed coatings polyimide coating polyimide with 60 Polyimide with graphite polyimide-bonded films polymer-bonded films polytetrafluoroethylene preoxidation surface resulting from fretting Robert room temperature SELECTED FRETTING-WEAR-RESISTANT COATINGS silicone bonded film Solid Lubricant spall pits sputtered MoSg surface distress Ti-6AI-4V hemisphere Titanium Alloys tungsten carbide uncoated mating surface uncoated surfaces uncoated Ti-6A1-4V surface Uncoated Ti-6AI-4V untreated surface various coatings WC-Co wear measurements Wear scars resulting wear-resistant coating