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Effect of PVD film’s residual stresses on their mechanical properties, brittleness, adhesion and cutting performance of coated tools

Effect of PVD film’s residual stresses on their mechanical properties, brittleness, adhesion and cutting performance of coated tools

Categories Zeitschriften/Aufsätze (reviewed)
Year 2016
Authors Skordaris, G., Bouzakis, K.D., Kotsanis, T., Charalampous, P., Bouzakis, E., Breidenstein, B., Bergmann, B., Denkena, B.:
Published In CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology, Dezember 2016, 7 S.
Description

Coated cemented carbide inserts with diverse compressive residual stresses in the film structure were manufactured applying different substrate bias voltages. Moreover, a portion of the coated specimens was annealed for eliminating compressive residual stresses. Residual stress measurements, nanoindentations, nano- and inclined-impact tests, as well as FEM-supported calculations were performed for assessing the coating’s mechanical properties, cohesion, brittleness and adhesion. Furthermore, the cutting performance of the coated inserts was investigated in turning AISI
1045. According to the attained results, coating residual stresses affect significantly the film properties and wear behavior. Hereupon, a certain residual stress level can be considered as optimum.

DOI 10.1016/j.cirpj.2016.11.003