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Название Structure and strength of biocompatible coatings for titanium nickelide obtained in different reaction atmospheres
DOI 10.17580/nfm.2022.02.08
Автор Dubovikov K. M., Garin A. S., Shishelova A. A., Kovaleva M. A.
Информация об авторе

National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia:

K. M. Dubovikov, Post-Graduate Student, Research Engineer, e-mail: kirill_dubovikov@mail.ru
A. S. Garin, Post-Graduate Student, Research Engineer
A. A. Shishelova, Student, Laboratory Assistant
M. A. Kovaleva, Student, Laboratory Assistant


The three layers Ti/Ni/Ti amorphous nanolaminate was applied to the TiNi substrate by magnetron sputtering. But subsequent synthesis provided in nitrogen and argon-nitrogen-carbonium dioxide atmospheres changed their phase composition and structure. The coating synthesized in nitrogen atmosphere consists mostly of the titanium nitrides but not from titanium oxides which were formed during synthesis in argon-nitrogen-carbonium dioxide atmosphere. Despite the fact that the nitrides have great hardness the scratch tests showed the coating synthesized in argon-nitrogencarbonium dioxide atmosphere has better adhesion to the substrate. The load of 30 N is not enough for complete delamination of the coating. The results obtained with the aid of tensile tests demonstrated that the coating thickness less than 250 nm does not affect significantly on martensitic deformation of the TiNi phase.

The authors express their gratitude to the Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Marchenko E. S., and the Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Baigonakova G. A., NR TSU, for their assistance in writing the manuscript. “The research was conducted at the expense of the grant of the Russian Science Foundation, No. 19-72-10105, https://rscf.ru/project/19-72-10105/”.

Ключевые слова Titanium nickelide, magnetron sputtering, coating, SHS, adhesion, structure, tensile
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