MODELLING OF INTERNAL DEFORMATION STATE IN CrN/CrCN GRADIENT COATINGS The aim of the study was to analyse differences in the states of internal deformation, caused by mechanical loads, in the coatings CrN/CrCN with a gradient transition layer between CrN and CrCN. The coatings were deposited using PVD technique (Physical Vapour Deposition) by cathodic arc evaporation on a substrate made from 42CrMo4 steel. The total thickness of the deposited coatings was 8 μm, and the gradient transition layer between CrN and CrCN had a thickness of 2 μm. In mathematical model, gradient layer was represented by the so called transition functions, describing the spatial change of the layer’s material parameters, such as Young’s modulus, Poisson ratio, coefficient of thermal expansion, yield strength and tangent modulus. In particular, were considered two types of gradient layers with different profiles of carbon concentration described by a power function. Using knowledge of the residual stress in the coating after the deposition process (measured by X-ray diffraction), has been shown by numerical simulation based on FEM, the differences in the states of effective plastic strain, caused by external loads. In particular, was shown on the example that the gradient layer represented by a power transition functions of the exponent p > 1 are characterized by smaller zones of high plastic strain on the boundary of applied external loads in comparison to the gradient layers with p < 1. This fact indicates, that the coatings with gradient layers with p > 1 are characterized by an larger fracture toughness. Key words: gradient coatings, transition layers, internal stress. Celem pracy było zbadanie różnic w stanach odkształceń własnych powstałych na skutek zadanych obciążeń mechanicznych w powłokach CrN/CrCN z gradientową warstwą przejściową pomiędzy CrN i CrCN. Powłoki zostały osadzone techniką PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition), metodą katodowego [...]
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