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Coefficient of Friction & Wear Testing of Plasma Coating

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Wear Tribology TestingA major concern for plasma coatings is how wear resistant they will prove to be on the final product. Since

plasma coatings are a popular use for automobile engines, these coatings are tested through strenuous

conditions. If the coating on the engine itself wears off at a fast rate than the life expectancy of that

particular engine or part becomes a problematic concern. With the plasma coating wearing off, the parts

originally being protected will become exposed to melting temperatures, corrosion and other potentially

destructive conditions. In order to avoid endangering valuable parts with destructive conditions it is very

important to develop very thin plasma coatings with low wear rates.


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