Friction and Wear of Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) Coatings -A Review
Dewan M. Nuruzzaman, Mohammad A. Chowdhury, Akira Nakajima, Mohammad L. Rahaman and Syed M I. Karim
Affiliation: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, Gazipur, Gazipur-1700, Bangladesh
This paper presents the most recent and important research trends on the friction and wear properties of diamond like carbon (DLC) coatings deposited on different types of materials. For this the invention, methods, techniques, and design related to this area are discussed. The different trends of tribological properties of materials under different operating conditions are observed. In this article, an attempt is made to provide an opportunity for the future researchers to identify the recent trend of these areas. It is expected that the applications of these results will contribute to the improvement of different concerned mechanical processes. This review article also includes some patents relevant to the method of producing a DLC film.
Keywords: Diamond like carbon (DLC), friction, wear, hydrogenated, hydrogen-free DLCs,, graphitization, conventional lubricant additives, vacuum chamber, rehydrogenating, Influence of Dry and Lubricated Conditions, Water Lubrication, Additive Concentration, DLC Films
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