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Once penetration of the coating takes place, metal-to-metal contact occurs, and the coating or the wear debris can no longer provide any protection, resulting in macroscopically large contact areas of bare metal and a strong adhesion between the sliding surfaces . On the other hand, a scuffing load was not reached for PTFE/MoS2-1 due to the presence of the beneficial third-body wear particles. Once again, the differences between the soft polymeric PTFE-based coatings and the hard DLC coatings are seen.
On the other hand, a scuffing load was not reached for PTFE/MoS2-1 due to the presence of the beneficial third-body wear particles. Once again, the differences between the soft polymeric PTFE-based coatings and the hard DLC coatings are seen. 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Time (min) Time (min) Fig. 8 Scuffing experiments: (a) Normal load and (b) friction coefficient for the PTFE/MoS2-1 coating, (c) Normal load and (b) Friction coefficient for the DLC coating . ATSP-based Coatings. 075 GPa) and 58 mm/s sliding speed.