Corrosion behavior aspects of Ni-base self-fluxing coatings

C Paulin, D L Chicet, B Istrate, M Panţuru, C Munteanu
2016 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
A study on tensile deformation at room temperature and 650 °C in the directional solidified Ni-base superalloy GTD-111 AA Pauzi, MH Abdul Ghaffar, SY Chang et al. -Dry friction aspects of Ni-based self-fluxing flame sprayed coatings C Paulin, D Chicet, V Paleu et al. -Recent citations Oleg Devojno et al -This content was downloaded from IP address on 25/07 Abstract. Due to the development of thermal spray deposition technologies, thus obtained layers have more applications and
more » ... lds of use. One of the coatings with increased application is the one produced from Ni-based self-fluxing alloys, which besides the good wear resistance, shows a satisfactory corrosion resistance. In this study it was observed the behavior of three types of coatings produced by Flame Spray method, both at wear and especially corrosion in the environment simulating acid rain. As a result of the experiments it was found that these layers became compact enough after applying the self-fluxing heat treatment, so in their structure are not present defects such as pores and micro-cracks, unmelted particles etc., which could be points of corrosion initiation.
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/147/1/012034 fatcat:cik2yf36ffgkrfut6t25jgto24