Special Issue "Thermal Sprayed Coatings–Technology, Working Conditions, Durability"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2020.
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We would like to invite you to submit your recent work to this Special Issue on “Thermal Sprayed Coatings—Technology, Working Conditions, Durability”.
Thermally sprayed protective coatings are widely used in order to protect substrate alloy, which is exposed to extremely difficult operating conditions related with high temperatures, aggressive environments, and mechanical load. High-efficiency solutions in the substrate-coating system are based on the proper recognition of operating conditions and environmental requirements, as well as selection of coating materials and a technological approach to the preparation of surface and protective coatings deposition. A proper selection of technology and type of coating as well as their appropriate preparation is the first step in guaranteeing the high durability of the system. Another aspect of this problem is the real operating conditions concerning industrial applications, which often differ from design assumptions. A correct recognition of working conditions together with appropriately selected material and technology can allow us to obtain a durable system and high efficiency coatings with, at last, low-cost production.
In particular, topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Description of issues connected with designing and modeling of coatings deposition processes by thermal spraying;
- Characterization of feedstock powders: Designing, manufacturing, structural characterization, etc.;
- Technological aspects characterization of thermal spraying;
- Microstructural characterization of coatings as well as their properties and degradation processes;
- Selection of regeneration processes and reproduction of usable properties of operated surfaces;
- Methodology of research expertise and results interpretation;
- Innovations in the area of thermally sprayed coatings.
Prof. Grzegorz Moskal
Dr. Marta Mikuśkiewicz
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Thermal spraying
- Feedstock materials
- Microstructure and properties
- Degradation processes
- Computational designing and modeling