Fundamentals of Surface Engineering: Mechanisms,Processes and Characterizations
Fundamentals of Surface Engineering: Mechanisms, Processes, and Characterizations.
The course content is designed to have a systematic and comprehensive understanding of various aspects related to surface engineering of metallic components for enhanced tribological life.
It is proposed to include fundamental mechanisms of wear such as adhesive, abrasive, erosive, cavitation, corrosion, etc., governing laws, materials properties importance for improved wear resistance under different wear conditions, materials increased tribological life, processes for engineering surfaces of three board categories a) regulating the micro-structure without changing chemical composition b) modification of the chemical composition of near-surface layers and c) developing of films, coating, and cladding on the.
Methods of the characterization needed for evaluating the metallurgical and mechanical and tribological properties and performance of engineered surfaces shall also be presented. Presentations will be supported with case studies for effective communication of concepts and procedures. Case studies will be taken up regarding surface engineering of various metal systems like ferrous and non-ferrous metals using different approaches discussed.
Fundamentals of Surface Engineering INTENDED AUDIENCE: UG and PG Student, Research Scholar & Practicing Engineers
What Will I Learn?
- Week 1: Introduction
- Week 2: Introduction
- Week 3: Surface damage
- Week 4: Surface damage
- Week 5: Materials for wear-resistant applications
- Week 6: Processes for controlling wear: Structural Modification
- Week 7: Processes for controlling wear: Structural Modification
- Week 8: Processes for controlling wear: Structural Modification
- Week 9: Processes for controlling wear: Composition Modification & Weld Surfacing
- Week 10: Processes for Controlling wear: Coating & Cladding
- Week 11: Processes for Controlling wear: Coating & Overlays
- Week 12: Processes for Controlling wear: Coating & Characterization