Characteristics of diamond – like carbon(DLC) film deposited by PACVD process

Krzysztof Lukaszkowicz, Agnieszka Paradecka

Abstract


Diamond – like carbon (DLC) film is promising materials for many technical and engineering applications. DLC films are used in many different industries for example: in medicine, in electronics, in optics and the automotive industry. They have excellent tribological properties (low friction coefficient), chemical inertness and high mechanical hardness.

This paper provides an analysis of the microstructure, mechanical and tribological properties of DLC films. In the study of the coating used several surface sensitive techniques and methods, i.e. High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), Raman spectroscopy and tribological tests like ball-on-disc.

HRTEM investigation shows an amorphous character of DLC layer. In sliding dry friction conditions the friction coefficient for the investigated elements is set
in the range between 0.02-0.03. The investigated coating reveals high wear resistance. The coating demonstrated a good adhesion to the substrate.

 


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