Paper Title:
Development of Thin Ceramic Coatings for the Protection against Temperature and Stress Induced Rumpling of the Metal Surface of Turbine Blades
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In order to obtain a protection against temperature and stress induced detrimental rumpling of the metal surface of turbine blades, thin ceramic coatings are suggested. As a cheap and fast method for the fabrication of a ceramic zirconia coating, electrophoretic deposition on a Ni based superalloy is described. Crack free, 0.15 mm thick coatings with homogenous morphology were obtained. The Young’s modulus and the damping property of the ceramic coating, derived from the impulse excitation technique, are investigated as a function of the temperature up to 1000°C.

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Marc Anglada et al.
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273-276
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.333.273
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B. Baufeld, O. Van der Biest, "Development of Thin Ceramic Coatings for the Protection against Temperature and Stress Induced Rumpling of the Metal Surface of Turbine Blades", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 333, pp. 273-276, 2007
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March 2007
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