Theoretical Justification of Coating Adhesion during Gas-Thermal Spraying

Theoretical Justification of Coating Adhesion during Gas-Thermal Spraying

Yuri A. Kuznetsov, Michael F. Selemenev, Igor N. Kravchenko, Alexander V. Spasibin, Grigory B. Pankov

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Abstract.The article provides a brief overview of modern methods of thermal spraying. Particular attention is paid to high-speed flame spraying. The theoretical substantiation of the adhesion of coatings formed on machine parts using the methods of thermal spraying is presented.

Gas-Thermal, High-Speed Spraying, Coating, Adhesion Energy, Particle

Published online 1/5/2022, 8 pages
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Citation: Yuri A. Kuznetsov, Michael F. Selemenev, Igor N. Kravchenko, Alexander V. Spasibin, Grigory B. Pankov, Theoretical Justification of Coating Adhesion during Gas-Thermal Spraying, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 161-168, 2022


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