Porosity and micro-hardness of shrouded plasma sprayed titanium coatings

Zhou, Hong (2018) Porosity and micro-hardness of shrouded plasma sprayed titanium coatings. 2018 International Conference on Functional Materials, Shanghai, China, :Author.

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Titanium and its alloys are often used as key materials for corrosion protection. A promising approach to optimize both mechanical properties and corrosion resistance is the use of coating technologies. In this paper, shrouded plasma spray was used as a useful technology to produce low oxide containing titanium coatings. A solid shroud was used to plasma spray titanium coatings to reduce the oxide content. The titanium coatings were assessed by optical microscope, scanning electron microscopy and Vickers microhardness testing. The results showed that the shrouded titanium coatings exhibited an enhanced microstructure. The presence of the shroud and shroud gas flow led to a significant reduction in coating porosity because the reduction in air entrainment with the shroud resulted in better heating of the particles. The shrouded titanium coatings had a lower value of Vickers microhardness and a relative lower standard deviation than the air plasma sprayed titanium coatings.

Item Type:Item presented at a conference, workshop or other event which was not published in the proceedings
Keywords that describe the item:Shroud, Plasma spray, Titanium coatings, Porosity, Micro-hardness
Subjects:T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions:Schools > Centre for Engineering and Industrial Design
ID Code:6222
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Deposited On:18 Oct 2018 01:20
Last Modified:18 Dec 2018 07:41

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