The Effect of Process Parameters on Twin Wire Arc Spray Pattern Shape
AbstractA design of experiments approach was used to describe process parameter—spray pattern relationships in the Twin Wire Arc process using zinc feed stock in a TAFA 8835 (Praxair, Concord, NH, USA) spray torch. Specifically, the effects of arc current, primary atomizing gas pressure, and secondary atomizing gas pressure on spray pattern size, spray pattern flatness, spray pattern eccentricity, and coating deposition rate were investigated. Process relationships were investigated with the intent of maximizing or minimizing each coating property. It was determined that spray pattern area was most affected by primary gas pressure and secondary gas pressure. Pattern eccentricity was most affected by secondary gas pressure. Pattern flatness was most affected by primary gas pressure. Coating deposition rate was most affected by arc current. View Full-Text
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Horner, A.L.; Hall, A.C.; McCloskey, J.F. The Effect of Process Parameters on Twin Wire Arc Spray Pattern Shape. Coatings 2015, 5, 115-123.
Horner AL, Hall AC, McCloskey JF. The Effect of Process Parameters on Twin Wire Arc Spray Pattern Shape. Coatings. 2015; 5(2):115-123.Chicago/Turabian Style
Horner, Allison L.; Hall, Aaron C.; McCloskey, James F. 2015. "The Effect of Process Parameters on Twin Wire Arc Spray Pattern Shape." Coatings 5, no. 2: 115-123.