"Previous research on ion implantation at U.M.R. has dealt with the development of a modified Falex Lubricant Tester as a valid wear test and its use in dose curve determination. Our recent work uses Auger surface analysis and scanning electron microscopy to gather support for a model that will tie together some of the many theories proposed as to why ion-implantation improves the surface related mechanical properties of steels"--Abstract, page ii.
Kohser, Ronald A.
Askeland, Donald R.
Hale, Edward Boyd
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 108 pages
© 1984 Kenneth W. Burris, All rights reserved.
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Mechanical wear -- Testing
Surfaces (Technology) -- Analysis
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Burris, Kenneth W., "Ion implantation for improvement of wear properties of steels" (1984). Masters Theses. 4533.
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