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1.1 Definition of materials degradation
1.2 Definition and significance of surface engineering
1.3 Classification of materials degradation by physical mechanism
1.4 Economic and technical significance of materials degradation
1.5 Summary
PART 1: MECHANISMS OF MATERIALS DEGRADATION
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Wear
2.2.1 Adhesive wear
2.2.2 Abrasive and erosive wear
2.2.3 Wear induced by mechanical fatigue of the worn surface
2.2 A Melting wear, fretting wear and diffusive wear
2.2.5 Analytical models of wear
2.2.6 Wear resistant materials
2.3 Fatigue, fracture and creep
2.3.1 Mechanisms of fatigue and creep
2.3.2 Fatigue and creep resistant materials
2.4 Summary
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Corrosion of metals in aqueous media
3.2.1 Electrochemistry and aqueous corrosion
3.2.2 Electrochemical corrosion of machinery and structures
3.2.3 Corrosion inhibitors
3.3 Oxidative reactions of metals with oxygen, sulfur and other halogens
3.7 Biochemical and biological modes of materials degradation
3.8 Corrosion resistant materials
3.9 Summary
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Thermal degradation of materials
4.2.1 Materials degradation at very low temperatures
4.3 Photochemical degradation of polymers
4.4 High energy radiation damage of materials
4.5 Summary
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Wear in a corrosive or chemically active environment
5.2.1 Corrosive and corrosive-abrasive wear
5.2.2 Oxidative and corrosive effects on fretting
5.2.3 Abrasive wear in liquid metals
5.3 Corrosion fatigue and corrosion embrittlement (SCC)
5.4 Summary
PART 2: SURFACE ENGINEERING
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Coatings of organic compounds
6.2.1 Utility of available organic coatings for different conditions
6.2.2 Methods of depositing organic coatings
6.2.3 Corrosion problems of organic coatings
6.3.2 Electroplating of metals
6.3.2 Anodising, electroless coatings, chromating and phospating
6.4 Plasma and thermal spraying, plasma-transferred arc, the D gun
6.4.1 Plasma and thermal spraying
6.4.2 Plasma transferred arc and the D-gun
6.5 Vacuum-based coating methods
6.5.1 Vacuum deposition
6.5.2 Sputtering
6.5.3 Ion plating and ion-beam assisted deposition
6.6 Friction surfacing, weld overlays and explosive bonding
6.7 Advanced coating techniques
6.7.1 Diamond like carbon
6.7.2 Electron beam assisted physical vapor deposition
6.7.3 Electrostatically assisted combustion chemical vapor deposition
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Thermally or mechanically modified surface layers
7.2.1 Induction hardening
7.2.2 Laser and electron beam surface hardening
7.2.3 Shot-peening
7.3 Thermochemical methods of coating
7.3.1 Galvanization and hot-dipping
7.4 Advanced surface modification technologies (ASMT)
7.4.1 Plasma nitriding and plasma carburization
7A.2 Surface alloying by laser and electron beam
7.43 Ion implantation
8.1.1 Surface roughness
8.2.2 Coating thickness
8.3 Hardness and Microhardness analysis
8.4 Adhesivity testing
8.5 Microstructural evaluation
8.6 Chemical analysis
8.6.1 Comparison of surface analysis techniques
8.7 Residual stress analysis
8.8 Special techniques for dynamic testing conditions
8.9 Analysis of service characteristics
8.9.1 Corrosion testing
8.9.2 Wear resistance tests
8.10 Summary
PART 3: APPLICATION OF CONTROL TECHNIQUES
CONTROL OF MATERIALS DEGRADATION
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Methodology of analysing materials degradation
9.3 Selection of optimal surface engineering technology
9.4 Control of wear by surface engineering
9.4.1 Principles of coating selection for wear resistance
10.2.1 Options analysis of financial gain
10.2.2 Modeling financial benefit in terms of reduced depreciation
10.2.3 Implications of behavioural finance
10.3 Practical aspects of implementing new forms of surface engineering
10.5 Summary
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Materials Degradation and its control by surface engineering

Materials Degradation and its control by surface engineering

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