Structural Properties Ni20Cr10Al2Y Coatings for Geothermal Conditions†
AbstractThe chromium carbide hard phases powders are used for the high velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) coating technique. This paper investigates samples coated with Ni20Cr10Al2Y on carbon steel plates. The coatings were designed to improve the erosion corrosion properties of carbon steel. The specific agglomerated nanosized Cr3C2 particles on the coated layer provide new physical, mechanical and chemical properties. The multilayer composite technique could be successfully used to protect turbine working in geothermal system. The samples were investigated using nanoindentation to determine the coated samples mechanical properties. The experimental procedure involved obtaining X-ray diffraction patterns of the specimens, micro mechanical tests and SEM investigation to provide detailed information about adhesion of protective layers and morphological modifications.
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Buzaianu, A.; Motoiu, P.; Csaki, I.; Ioncea, A.; Motoiu, V. Structural Properties Ni20Cr10Al2Y Coatings for Geothermal Conditions. Proceedings 2018, 2, 1434.
Buzaianu A, Motoiu P, Csaki I, Ioncea A, Motoiu V. Structural Properties Ni20Cr10Al2Y Coatings for Geothermal Conditions. Proceedings. 2018; 2(23):1434.Chicago/Turabian Style
Buzaianu, Aurelian; Motoiu, Petra; Csaki, Ioana; Ioncea, Anghel; Motoiu, Vlad. 2018. "Structural Properties Ni20Cr10Al2Y Coatings for Geothermal Conditions." Proceedings 2, no. 23: 1434.
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