The Structures and High Temperature Properties of FeMnCrNiAl/Cr3C2 Composite Coatings by High Velocity Arc Spraying
The FeMnCrNi/Cr3C2 inter metallic composite coatings are prepared by high velocity arc spraying (HVAS) technology on 20G steel. The properties, such as the microstructure, micro hardness, binding strength, high temperature oxidation, thermal shock resistance, and erosion in high temperature, are studied based on methods such as analysis of optical microscope, micro hardness, field emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM), and spectrum analysis. The result shows that FeMnCrNiAl/Cr3 C2 coatings, compared with 20G steel substrate, present higher micro hardness, binding strength and more excellent high temperature properties, which will be improved if added with rare-earth Alloy.
Y. J. Chao et al., "The Structures and High Temperature Properties of FeMnCrNiAl/Cr3C2 Composite Coatings by High Velocity Arc Spraying", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 130-134, pp. 1532-1538, 2012