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Conclusions The tribological performance of commercially available PTFE-, PEEK-based and fluorocarbon coatings was evaluated under realistic compressor operating conditions. 1 friction coefficient. Even though these polymer-based coatings showed relatively weak wear resistance compared to hard coatings, wear debris generated at the tribological interface acted as a beneficial third-body resulting in high wear and scuffing resistance. It was seen that the friction and wear behavior were generally determined by the additives which polymeric coatings were blended with.
Also, the tribological properties of newly developed ATSP-based coatings deposited on aluminum substrates were evaluated under ball-on-disk, unidirectional sliding experiments. Polymer-based coatings exhibited excellent frictional properties, while their wear resistance was also acceptable, even though lower compared to hard coatings. However, the wear debris generated at the interface acted as a third-body solid lubricant with a beneficial role in their overall performance. ATSP coatings blended with fluoroadditives showed superior frictional behavior than pure ATSP coatings, and their wear rate was extremely low compared to commercially available PTFE-based coatings.
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