Surface Treatment IV: Computer Methods and Experimental Measurements

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This book contains a selection of papers presented at the Fourth International Conference on Computer Methods and Experimental Measurements for Surface Treatment Effects held in 1999. The aim of this series of meetings is to encourage international co-operation amongst scientists, technologists and engineers and to assist in a better understanding of areas such as fatigue, fracture and wear resistance.
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Thirty-six papers presented at the September 1999 conference discuss surface coating, residual stress effects, electrical and electrochemical processes, corrosion and stress corrosion, laser surface treatment, shot peening, and metal work. Particular emphasis is given to the application of advanced theories and experimental techniques. Topics include mechanical properties of diamond and DLC thin coating, hybrid surface treatment of carbon steel by using a cavitating jet, anodization of magnesium at high voltages, a method for testing fragments of sheet and rod-metal structures for stress corrosion, reinforced SiC/Al composite layer produced by laser particle injection, residual stress distribution measurements in shot peened aluminum plates, and a study on the lapping of ceramic balls. No subject index. Distributed in North America by Computational Mechanics, Inc. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Residual stress in magnetron sputtered TiN 3
Tribological properties of duplex surface treated hot work tool steel sliding against aluminium alloy 13
Standardization and some application of the evaluation method of defects in the ceramic coatings 23
Formability of chromate conversion coating on zinc electroplated steel sheet 33
Mechanical properties of diamond and DLC thin coating 43
Applications of CVD diamond and DLC coatings 55
Surface treatments of aluminium joints, adhesive thickness and radiation effects 71
Effect of residual stress profile on hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility of prestressing steel 83
Hybrid surface treatment of carbon steel by using a cavitating jet 93
3D residual stresses around cold expanded holes in a new creep resistant aluminium alloy 103
A critical evaluation of residual stresses in spheroidal graphite cast iron due to mechanical testing 117
Modelling of residual stresses in surface layer treated by burnishing and nitriding 127
The effect of injecting transverse electrical current on indentation fracture, friction and wear of WC-Co alloy 139
Metal impregnation of aluminum oxide layers: influence of anodization conditions 149
Formation and evaluation of calcium phosphates films by electrochemical method 159
Anodisation of magnesium at high voltages 169
An assessment of the effect of plasma nitriding and nitrocarburizing parameters on the corrosion resistance of sintered steel using the response surface method 181
Corrosion behaviour of diamond-like carbon films prepared by ionization deposition 197
Corrosion fatigue aspects in optimizing resistance against cracks growth of surface layers of steel components 207
Use of the scribe and spotface techniques to assess the painted galvanised steel underfilm corrosion 217
Method for testing fragments of sheet and rod-metal structures for stress corrosion 225
Stress corrosion cracking of high-strength steel: influence of cyclic residual stresses 243
Structural analyses of reaction layers between SiC and Ti-6Al-4V after laser embedding 255
Reinforced SiC/Al composite layer produced by laser particle injection 269
Improvement of fatigue lifetime of mechanically surface treated materials in the low cycle fatigue regime 281
Influence of shot peening and high pressure water peening on near surface microstructure of 316 Ti stainless steel 291
Residual stress distribution measurements in shot peened aluminium plates 301
Thermal decay shot peening induced residual stresses during annealing of a bake-hardening steel 311
Superfinishing and shot peening of surfaces to optimise roughness and stress 321
Fatigue performance of a shot peened high-strength magnesium alloy 331
Selective hardening and residual stress relaxation in shot peened Timetal 21S 341
Fatigue response of various titanium alloys to shot peening 349
Improvement of fatigue strength of the plate with a hole 361
Fundamentals of grinding: surface conditions of ground WC-Co systems 371
Numerical analysis of the temperature fields in the object during the burnishing rolling operation with the electrocontact heating 381
A study on the lapping of ceramic balls 389
Index of authors 401
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