High Energy Radial Deposition of Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings
AbstractDiamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings were deposited with a new direct ion deposition system using a novel 360 degree ion source operating at acceleration voltage between 4 and 8 kV. Cross-sectional TEM images show that the coatings have a three layered structure which originates from changes in the deposition parameters taking into account ion source condition, ion current density, deposition angles, ion sputtering and ion source movement. Varying structural growth conditions can be achieved by tailoring the deposition parameters. The coatings show good promise for industrial use due to their high hardness, low friction and excellent adhesion to the surface of the samples. View Full-Text
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Suschke, K.; Hübner, R.; Murmu, P.P.; Gupta, P.; Futter, J.; Markwitz, A. High Energy Radial Deposition of Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings. Coatings 2015, 5, 326-337.
Suschke K, Hübner R, Murmu PP, Gupta P, Futter J, Markwitz A. High Energy Radial Deposition of Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings. Coatings. 2015; 5(3):326-337.Chicago/Turabian Style
Suschke, Konrad; Hübner, René; Murmu, Peter P.; Gupta, Prasanth; Futter, John; Markwitz, Andreas. 2015. "High Energy Radial Deposition of Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings." Coatings 5, no. 3: 326-337.