Solid Particle Erosion Behavior of NiCr-Al2O3-ZrO2 (8Y) Ceramic Composites

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The erosion wear resistance of YSZ ceramics is worth studying because solid particle erosion is one of the main causes of destroying the materials and apparatuses. In this paper, 8YSZ ceramics reinforced by NiCr alloy and Al2O3 particles were pressureless sintered at an optimized sintering condition. The facture toughness reached a maximum value of 4.6 MPa•m 1/2 when the addition of NiCr alloy is 12 vol.%, which was much higher than that of the pure 8YSZ ceramic (2.0 MPa•m 1/2) fabricated in the same condition. Solid particle erosion wear behavior of NiCr-Al2O3-ZrO2 (8Y) ceramics composites was performed by self-designed sand blasting type solid particle erosion wear equipment, using 36# SiC particles as abrasive particles with the 90o erosion angle. The effect of the volume addition of NiCr alloy on the erosion wear of NiCr-Al2O3-ZrO2 (8Y) ceramic composites at room temperature was investigated. The results show that the volume erosion rate of the ceramic composites decreased as the volume addition of the NiCr alloy increasing. Crossing cracks, plastic deformation and minor chipping are the major erosion mechanisms.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 512-515)

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Wei Pan and Jianghong Gong

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451-454

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F. J. Liu et al., "Solid Particle Erosion Behavior of NiCr-Al2O3-ZrO2 (8Y) Ceramic Composites", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 512-515, pp. 451-454, 2012

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June 2012

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