Abstract

FeMnCrSi and 316L alloy coatings were deposited on carbon steel substrates via high-pressure cold gas spraying and their microstructure, hardness, and wear resistance were obtained. Ball-on-disk testing (ASTM G99) was used to measure sliding wear behaviors. The mechanism of wear was found to be the same for both coatings, although FeMnCrSi had a higher coefficient of friction while 316L had less volume loss.

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