Supertough Coatings: Emerging Trends in DLCs, Nitrides, Borides, and Oxides--3rd Edition (Technical Insights)

 

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This report provides a technical evaluation of timely and difficult-to-find developments in surface and coating engineering for supertough devices and systems.

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Supertough Coatings: Emerging Trends in DLCs, Nitrides, Borides, and Oxides--3rd Edition (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryCoatings TechnologyEngineered SurfacesSupertough Coatings: Why?General Review of Supertough CoatingsFriction and WearCoating Materials and SystemsObjectives; Scope; and Summary of Major FindingsObjectives of the ReportScope and MethodologySummary of Major FindingsSupertough Coatings: Emerging Trends in DLCs, Nitrides, Borides, and Oxides--3rd Edition (Technical Insights), Introduction--The TechnologySurface EngineeringSurface EngineeringThe Nature of TribologyWearThe Impact of Friction and WearProtecting Equipment and SurfacesMethods of ApplicationMethods of ApplicationThermal SprayElectroplatingAir Plasma SprayChemical Vapor DepositionPhysical Vapor DepositionIon ImplantationTypes of CoatingsDiamond and Diamond FilmsBoron and BoridesCarbidesNitridesCommercializationCurrent Products and PracticeFuture Applications and ProcessesChallengesSupertough Coatings: Emerging Trends in DLCs, Nitrides, Borides, and Oxides--3rd Edition (Technical Insights), Markets and ApplicationsMarket OverviewCutting ToolsElectronic ChemicalsBiomimetic MaterialsPowder CoatingsThermal SpraySputteringUV Cured CoatingsPET FilmStructural AdhesivesLubricant MarketSurface EngineeringApplicationsApplicationsEdge WearPlasticsVacuum Arc DepositionPulsed Air Arc DepositionAmorphous Carbon Nitride FilmsTitanium NitrideDiamond and Cubic Boron NitrideTitanium Boron NitrideAlloy-Iron FilmsMetal-Ceramic CoatingsPlasma-Sprayed AluminaNickel-Chromium CoatingsNanostructured Cemented CarbidesMullite CoatingsSupertough Coatings: Emerging Trends in DLCs, Nitrides, Borides, and Oxides--3rd Edition (Technical Insights), Research Efforts and OpportunitiesUniversities and Research OrganizationsArgonne National LaboratoryArizona; University ofAuburn UniversityBattelle Pacific Northwest LaboratoriesBristol; University of California; University of Colorado School of MinesColumbia UniversityCranfield; University of Fraunhofer Institute Georgia Institute of TechnologyHarvard UniversityGroningen; University ofHull; University of Illinois; University of Institute for MetallurgyInstitute for Quantum ElectronicsInstitute for Thin Film and Ion TechnologyIowa State UniversityJohns Hopkins UniversityKarlsruhe Research CenterMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationNational Defense AcademyNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyNaval Research LaboratoryNorthwestern UniversityOak Ridge National LaboratoryPennsylvania State UniversityPurdue UniversityRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteSandia National LaboratoriesSheffield; University of Stevens Institute of TechnologySouth Bank UniversityTexas at Arlington; University ofTokyo Institute of TechnologyUppsala UniversityVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityVTT Manufacturing TechnologyUniversity of WisconsinCompaniesAdvanced Refractory Technologies Inc.Caterpillar Inc.DuPont Co.IMP Technologies Ltd.ISM Technologies Inc.Materials Modification Inc.Microplasmic Corp.Nanotec Corp.Pratt and Whitney AircraftPraxair Technology Inc.Rohm and Haas Co.Vitex Systems Inc.Wessex Inc.Supertough Coatings: Emerging Trends in DLCs, Nitrides, Borides, and Oxides--3rd Edition (Technical Insights), Patents; Resources; Bibliography; and ContactsPatentsSelect US Patents; 2000 and 2001Select US Patents; Pre-2000Resources; Bibliography; and ContactsResources and BibliographyContacts




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