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Potential of New-Generation Electron Beam Technology in Interface Modification of Cold and HVOF Sprayed MCrAlY Bond Coats

Originální název

Potential of New-Generation Electron Beam Technology in Interface Modification of Cold and HVOF Sprayed MCrAlY Bond Coats

Anglický název

Potential of New-Generation Electron Beam Technology in Interface Modification of Cold and HVOF Sprayed MCrAlY Bond Coats

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

lectron beam (EB) technology treatment was carried out on CoNiCrAlY bond coats deposited on Inconel substrates via cold spray and HVOF techniques in dissimilar thicknesses. Such treatment was aimed with regard to the final materials microstructure, composition, surface roughness and the quality of the coating-substrate interface. Following a multiple-step optimization of the processing parameters (such as beam pattern configuration, accelerating voltage, longitudinal speed, multiple beam incidence), two final EB modifications were carried out on both coating types. It was found that the optimized EB treatment could lead to a significant alteration of the interface from a distinctive divide into smooth chemical and structural transition between the materials, significant decrease in surface roughness and porosity, as well as changes in mechanical properties (increase in Young's modulus and decrease in hardness of the coating).

Anglický abstrakt

lectron beam (EB) technology treatment was carried out on CoNiCrAlY bond coats deposited on Inconel substrates via cold spray and HVOF techniques in dissimilar thicknesses. Such treatment was aimed with regard to the final materials microstructure, composition, surface roughness and the quality of the coating-substrate interface. Following a multiple-step optimization of the processing parameters (such as beam pattern configuration, accelerating voltage, longitudinal speed, multiple beam incidence), two final EB modifications were carried out on both coating types. It was found that the optimized EB treatment could lead to a significant alteration of the interface from a distinctive divide into smooth chemical and structural transition between the materials, significant decrease in surface roughness and porosity, as well as changes in mechanical properties (increase in Young's modulus and decrease in hardness of the coating).

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT132303,
  author="Jan {Čížek} and Lukáš {Cének} and Michaela {Matějková} and Jan {Kouřil} and Jan {Čupera} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="Potential of New-Generation Electron Beam Technology in Interface Modification of Cold and HVOF Sprayed MCrAlY Bond
Coats",
  annote="lectron beam (EB) technology treatment was carried out on CoNiCrAlY bond coats deposited on Inconel substrates via cold spray and HVOF techniques in dissimilar thicknesses. Such treatment was aimed with regard to the final materials microstructure, composition, surface roughness and the quality of the coating-substrate interface. Following a multiple-step optimization of the processing parameters (such as beam pattern configuration, accelerating voltage, longitudinal speed, multiple beam incidence), two final EB modifications were carried out on both coating types. It was found that the optimized EB treatment could lead to a significant alteration of the interface from a distinctive divide into smooth chemical and structural transition between the materials, significant decrease in surface roughness and porosity, as well as changes in mechanical properties (increase in Young's modulus and decrease in hardness of the coating).",
  address="Politecnico di Milano",
  booktitle="Proceedings of SMT30",
  chapter="132303",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Politecnico di Milano",
  year="2016",
  month="july",
  pages="1--5",
  publisher="Politecnico di Milano",
  type="conference paper"
}