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Effects of Ion Implantation on the Rolling Contact Fatigue of 440C Stainless Steel

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 February 2011

F. M. Kustas
Affiliation:
Martin Marietta Denver Aerospace, P.O. Box 179, Denver CO 80201;
M. S. Misra
Affiliation:
Martin Marietta Denver Aerospace, P.O. Box 179, Denver CO 80201;
P. Sioshansi
Affiliation:
Spire Corporation, Patriots Park, Bedford, MA 01730
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Abstract

Cylindrical 440C stainless steel specimens implanted with N and Ti were examined for their fatigue resistance and wear behavior by rolling contact fatigue (RCF) testing. The results obtained from RCF testing showed a 40% increase in the B-10 fatigue lifetime for N implanted and a 17% increase for Ti implanted 440C specimens compared to baseline, unimplanted 440C. Quantitative surface analysis by Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES) was performed to determine the effects of process parameter optimization and ion beam masking on the elemental concentration profiles.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1984

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