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50 • Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Materials for Extreme Environments II Effect of Hard Thin Film Coatings on Tribochemical Film Behavior Figure 3: Friction coefficient variation with time for the different coatings and uncoated steel substrate with lubricant A. Figure 4 shows the frictional behavior for different coatings and uncoated steel substrate tested with fully formulated synthetic lubricant B. Friction showed only a slight decrease after a run-in (1015 minutes) and similar friction behavior was observed for all the coatings and uncoated steel substrate after the run-in period.