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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 07)
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Preparation and Mechanical Properties of Ni-TiN Composite Layers by Ultrasonic Electrode Position

Jindong Wang, Fafeng Xia and Ming Huang
Corresponding Author:  Fafeng Xia 

Key words:  Composite layer, mechanical property, preparation, , , ,
Vol. 6 , (07): 1303-1308
Submitted Accepted Published
November 24, 2012 January 11, 2013 July 05, 2013

Ultrasonic electrodeposition was used to prepare nanocermet Ni-TiN composite layers on steel substrates. The action of mechanical disturbance by ultrasonic waves on electrolyte mass transfer, the inhibition of nanoparticle aggregation by ultrasonic cavitation and the effect of electric pulse parameters on the nucleation and growth of grains were investigated. The nanocermet Ni-TiN composite layer consisted of nanocrystalline nickel (30~60 nm). The micro-hardness of the composite layers increases a little when TiN content increases from 0% to 2%. However, micro-hardness increases greatly when V is increased from 2% to 9%. The maximal micro-hardness for Ni-TiN composite layers is 860 HV, 908 HV and 950 HV, respectively.
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Jindong Wang, Fafeng Xia and Ming Huang, 2013. Preparation and Mechanical Properties of Ni-TiN Composite Layers by Ultrasonic Electrode Position.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(07): 1303-1308.
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