Comparative study on the effect of current density on Ni and Ni-Al nanocomposite coatings produced by electrolytic deposition

Aruna, ST and Diwakar, S and Anjana, Jain and Rajam, KS (2005) Comparative study on the effect of current density on Ni and Ni-Al nanocomposite coatings produced by electrolytic deposition. Surface Engineering, 21 (3). pp. 209-214. ISSN 0267-0844

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Abstract

Nickel was deposited galvanostatically at 0amp;middot;23, 077, 1amp;middot;55, 3amp;middot;1 and 5amp;middot;4 A dmlt;supgt;-2lt;/supgt; current densities at room temperature. An XRD technique was employed for evaluating the grain size and preferred orientation of the nickel deposit. The cross-sections of the nickel deposits were subjected to microhardness and microstructure analysis. Nanosize alumina was prepared by a solution combustion technique, and the powder was characterised by XRD and particle size analysis. The particle size of Al lt;subgt;2lt;/subgt;Olt;subgt;3lt;/subgt; powder synthesised by the combustion process was 30 nm. XRD confirmed the presence of pure amp;alpha;-Allt;subgt;2lt;/subgt;Olt;subgt;3lt;/subgt;. Combustion synthesised alumina (CSA) powder was codeposited in the nickel matrix at various current densities, as in the case of nickel. Similarly, commercially available 0amp;middot;05 amp;mu;m Allt;subgt;2lt;/subgt;Olt;subgt;3lt;/subgt; containing a mixture of amp;alpha; and amp;gamma; phases was codeposited in nickel matrix. The Ni-Al lt;subgt;2lt;/subgt;Olt;subgt;3lt;/subgt; nanocomposite coatings were characterised by XRD, microhardness measurement and image analysis. The results obtained with nickel and Ni-Allt;subgt;2lt;/subgt;Olt;subgt;3lt;/subgt; composite coatings are compared. amp;copy; 2005 Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.

Item Type: Journal Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Nickel compounds;Current density;Nanostructured materials; Coatings;Electrodeposition;Composite materials;Grain size and shape;Combustion;Synthesis chemical);Matrix algebra; Image analysis;Microhardness;X ray diffraction; Microstructure
Subjects: ENGINEERING > Structural Mechanics
Division/Department: Surface Engineering Division, Other, Surface Engineering Division, Surface Engineering Division
Depositing User: Mrs Manoranjitha M D
Date Deposited: 22 Aug 2008
Last Modified: 24 May 2010 09:55
URI: http://nal-ir.nal.res.in/id/eprint/4113

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