TITLE

Delamination Strength of WC-Co Thermal-Sprayed Coating Under Combined Stresses by Torsion-Tension Pin-Test Method

AUTHOR(S)
Kaneko, Kenji; Higaki, Keitaro
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Thermal Spray Technology;Aug2014, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p903
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this report, the delamination strength of WC -Co thermal-sprayed coatings under combined torsion and tension is evaluated using a newly developed method, which is called the torsion -tension pin-test. First, the effects of both the pin diameter and the coating thickness on the apparent delamination strength were investigated experimentally. Second, the stress distributions around the interface edge between the pin and the coating were numerically obtained by using the finite element analysis program 'MARC.' It was confirmed that the fractured plane of the torsion pin coincides with the interfacial plane between the coating and the pin. The apparent delamination strength obtained experimentally decreased linearly with increasing pin diameter and increased with increasing coating thickness t, but it was stable at t of 400 μm or more. The shear delamination strength decreased with increasing tensile stress. Similar stress distributions were observed at the interface when delaminations occurred for rather thick coatings, independent of the pin diameter. The critical combination of the strength of shear stress fields ( Ks) with that of tensile stress fields ( Ka), i.e., the delamination criteria of the coating under combined shear and tensile loadings, was obtained for a WC-12Co thermal-sprayed coating. These combinations were found to be independent of pin diameter and coating thickness.
ACCESSION #
97241833

 

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