Nanostructural glasscomposite self-lubricant coatings


  • N.M. Fialko Institute of Technical Thermophysics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine, Kyiv
  • V.V. Shchepetov Institute of General Energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine, Kyiv
  • S.D. Kharchenko Institute of General Energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine, Kyiv
  • S.I. Kovtun Institute of General Energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine, Kyiv
  • Ya. N. Hladkyi Khmelnitskyi National University
  • S.S. Bys Khmelnitskyi National University



nanostructured coatings, wear intensity, glass composite, glass phase, graphitization


The results of the study of glass-composite nanostructured self-lubricating coatings are presented. The structural components of these coatings significantly affect the graphitization process and provide an antifriction surface layer of α-graphite. The formation of this layer makes it possible to significantly minimize the contact parameters in the friction region.

A significant effect of aluminoborosilicate in the form of a glass phase on the tribological properties of coatings is noted. An increase in adhesive strength is achieved by forming a surface layer of glassy sodium silicate. The presence of near-surface particles in the graphite layer does not affect the tribotechnical characteristics of the coatings. The developed glass-composite nanostructured self-lubricating coatings have high antifriction characteristics throughout the entire load-speed range


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How to Cite

Fialko, N., Shchepetov, V., Kharchenko, S., Kovtun, S., Hladkyi, Y. N., & Bys, S. (2022). Nanostructural glasscomposite self-lubricant coatings. Problems of Tribology, 27(4/106), 6–12.