Microstructural and tribological modifications in AISI H13 and DIN X100CrMoV 8-1-1 tool steel produced via plasma nitriding

Guilherme Brandes Both, Alexandre da Silva Rocha, Thomas Karl Hirsch

Abstract


The tool-steels AISI H13 and DIN X100CrMoV 8-1-1, which are used for different applications, were plasma nitrided in a low concentration nitrogen atmosphere at 500°C in order to increase the wear resistance. Then, metallurgical properties of these steels before and after nitriding were evaluated, and wear tests were also performed. The results demonstrated that plasma nitriding successfully increased the wear resistance on both steels. This study also demonstrated how the modified properties contributed in this way.

Key words: plasma nitriding, wear, H13, DIN X100CrMoV 8-1-1.

Full Text: PDF (Português (Brasil))



ISSN: 1808-7310 - Best viewed in Mozilla Firefox

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

São Leopoldo, RS. Av. Unisinos, 950. Bairro Cristo Rei, CEP: 93.022 -000. Atendimento Unisinos +55 (51) 3591 1122
Designed by Jully Rodrigues



Crossref Member Badge Crossref Similarity Check logo