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Laser surface coating of bulk metallic glass composition on high carbon low alloy steel 63 rd ATM, 16 th November, 2009 A. Basu 1*, J. Dutta Majumdar 2,

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1 Laser surface coating of bulk metallic glass composition on high carbon low alloy steel 63 rd ATM, 16 th November, 2009 A. Basu 1*, J. Dutta Majumdar 2, N.B. Dahotre 3, I. Manna 2 1 Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Department, N.I.T., Rourkela Orissa. 769008 2 Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Department, I.I.T., Kharagpur, W.B. 721302 3 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996, USA *basua@nitrkl.ac.in

2 Bulk Amorphous Alloy Met-glass is a supercooled liquid with no long-range periodicity and possessing near-theoretical strength, large elastic deformation, high hardness, excellent wear resistance [Klement, Willens, Duwez, Nature, 1960] Properties of BAAs  Multi-component alloys   dT/dt) Cr  10 3 K/s   Deep eutectic   H M (enthalpy of mixing)   (viscosity) > 10 9 Pa-s at T g   (str. relax. time) near T MP Evolution of Met-glass/BAAs Klement et al., Nature (1960) Inoue et al., J. Mater. Sci. Lett. (1987) Masumoto et al. Jpn.J. Appl.Phy. (1988) Inoue et al., Mater. Trans JIM (1991) Peker, Johnson, Appl. Phy. Lett. (1993) Crystal Liquid MG BAAs t, s T, K Mechanical Properties  High Hardness, Strgth  High Young Modulus

3 Systems Sl.YearSubstrate/depositLaserReference 11980Chilled cast ironNd: Glass,pulsedSnezhnoi et al. 21980Cast tool steel /Fe-B (sprayed)CW-CO 2 Bergmann-Mordike 31981Fe-2C-12Cr/Fe-B Nb-alloyCW-CO 2 Bergmann-Mordike 41981Fe-C/Si-P-B (ternary/quaternary)TEA-CO 2 pulsedBorodona et al. 51982Fe-Fe3B, (modulated thin film)Nd:YAG, pulsedLin-Spaepen 61983Fe-4 at.% BNd:YAG, pulsedLin-Spaepen 71984Mo/Ni (30-60 at%), Mo/Co (45 at%), Co/Nb (40 at%) Nd:YAG, mode locked Lin et al. 81984Ni-Nb thin film Zr/CuNd:YAGLin-Spaepen 91984Zr/CuNd:YAG, Q-switchedDen Broeder et al. 101984Au- Ti, Co- Ti, Cr- Ti, Zr- TiPulsedAffolter-von Allmen 111984Pd-6Cu-16SiCW-CO 2 Yoshioka et al. 121984Fe-10Si-15BPulsed CO 2 Kumagai et al. 131985Fe-10Cr-5Mo/12-14 P, CCW-CO 2 Yoshioka et al. 141985Pure GaKrF excimerFrohlingsdorf et al. 151987Mild steel/Ni-Cr-16P-4BCW-CO 2 Yoshioka et al. 161987Ni, Cu(Ni), Ti(Ni)/Pd-25Rh-10P-9SiCW-CO 2 Kumagai et al.

4 Sl.YearSubstrate/depositLaserReference 171988Nb/Ni-Pt-Pd-RhCW-CO 2 Kumagai et al. 181988Fe-Cr-P-C-SiCW-CO 2 Gaffet et al. 191990Review-paperHashimoto et al. 201991SiCKnotek and Loffler 211995Cu/PdCuSiCW-CO 2 and Nd:YAGWang et al. 221997AI-Si/Ni-WCPlasma sprayed and laser melted with a CW-CO 2 laserLiang and Wong 231997AI-Si/Ni-Cr-B-SiPlasma sprayed and laser melted with a CW-O 2 laserLiang and Wong 241997AI-Si/Ni-Cr-AIPlasma sprayed and laser melted with a CW-CO 2 laserLiang and Wong 251997Al/Zr 60 Al 15 Ni 25 Carvalhoa et al. 261999Al alloy/Ni-Cr-AlCW-CO 2 Li et al. 271999Ni-Cr-B-Si-CCW-CO 2 Li et al. 281999ConcreteCW-CO 2 Lawrence and Li 292000(Austenitic SS) SiO 2 Nd:YAGWu and Hong 302000Al alloy/Ni-Cr-B-Si and Ni-Cr-Bi-WC CO 2 Wong et al. 312000Al alloy/Ni-Cr-AlCW-CO 2 Liang and Su 322000(Austenitic SS) ZrPulsed Nd:YAGWu and Hong 332000Cu/Al 2 O 3 Shepeleva et al. 342000Al-Si/Ni-Cr-AlCW-CO 2 Liang et al. 352000(Fe) Fe 57 Co 8 Ni 8 Zr 8 CW-CO 2 Wu and Hong 362001Fe 57 Co 8 Ni 8 Zr 10 Si 4 B 13 Xiaolei and Youshi

5 SUBSTRATE : SAE 52100 Equivalent grades AISI 52100 (USA), EN 31 (UK), SUJ 2 (Japan), DIN 100Cr6 (Germany) BS:2S135/535A99 (British), AFNOR:100C6 (France) IS 104Cr6 (India)ElementCSiMnCrFe Wt % 0.95 – 1.05 0.15 – 0.35 0.29 – 0.40 1.50 – 1.65 Rest Spheroidized annealed PROCESS : LASER COATING Due to possible high cooling rate (~ 10 6 K/s)

6 EXPERIMENTAL Laser: 2.5 kW Nd:YagBeam size: 3 mm X 600 μm Power density: 1.39 kW/mm 2 Overlap: ~ 15% Condition: Defocused by 0.5 mmClad material: Fe 48 Cr 15 Mo 14 Y 2 C 15 B 6k Power: 1.5 and 2.0 kWScan speed: 2.5 and 3.5 m/min Scan type: Single and double (perpendicular to the first) Laser Parameters:

7 XRD of Fe 48 Cr 15 Mo 14 Y 2 C 15 B 6 powder shows a characteristic diffuse halo DSC scan of Fe 48 Cr 15 Mo 14 Y 2 C 15 B 6 at 20 0 C/min. Arrow marks the T g XRD and DSC of PRE-COATED POWDER

8 PHASE EVOLUTION STUDY by XRD Laser power: 1.5 kW power Scan speed: 350 cm/min Type: double scan Amount of Fe 7 C decreases with increase in applied power, scan speed or multiple scan

9 SEM and OPTICAL MICROGRAPH (CROSS SECTION) Scan speed: 250 cm/min, scan type: single Laser power: 1.5 kW Laser power: 2.0 kW Two distinguished zone Significant grain coarsening when lased at a higher power.

10 SURFACE MECHANICAL PROPERTY: MICROHARDNESS 4 times improvement of base hardness Gradual decrease in hardness profile With increase in scan speed, surface hardness increases and depth of hardened surface zone decreases.

11 WEAR Ball-on-Plate Wear Tester Test load: 4 kg Speed: 2.5 mm/s Significant improvement in wear resistance was achieved Kinetics of wear varies with laser parameters. 2.5 m/min3.5 m/min

12 DEPTH WISE SEM Laser power: 2.0 kW, Scan speed: 350 cm/min, scan type: double Surface Below surface Magnified Away from the surface, the precipitates at the grain boundaries/interdendritic regions is less.

13 DEPTH WISE XRD and WEAR Carbide content is most on the surface and decrease slowly towards substrate as solidification starts near to the substrate. Wear resistance is more at surface layer due to presence of more amounts of hard phases like carbides.

14 A = absorptivity, I = laser power intensity, ε = emissivity of thermal radiation, tp = irradiation timeT 0 = ambient temperature σ = Stefan-Boltzman constant (5.67 × 10-8 W/m 2 K 4 ) Convective boundary condition at the bottom surface of the sample is given by: THERMAL PROFILE MODELLING h = convective heat transfer coefficient, k = thermal conductivity, L = sample thickness At the surface of the sample, the heat balance between the laser energy absorbed by the sample and the radiation losses : Melting is of amorphous clad precursor only. Latent heat of formation of borides, carbides etc, are negligible. and Thermal profile on top surface

15  Attempt to develop amorphous coating by LSC not yet successful  A defect free clad layer/coating with 250 to 600 mm thickness  Cellular/dendritic microstructure  Microhardness improved to as high as 950 VHN as compared to 240 VHN of the substrate  Significant improvement in wear resistance.  Compressive residual stress in the clad layer/coating  Failure attributed to compositional changes and not due to lack of required quenching SUMMARY


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