Surface and Coatings Technology

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  1. High temperature oxidation behavior of laser cladding MCrAlY coatings on austenitic stainless steel

    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:243 (2015)

    The development of coatings has become technologically significant in many industries. A common approach in high temperature applications is the production of new thermal barrier coatings (TBCs). Laser cladding (LC) can be an alternative method to thermal spraying in the production of ...
  2. Hot corrosion behavior of a centimeter Fe-based amorphous composite coating prepared by laser cladding in molten Na2SO4 + K2SO4 salts

    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:33 (2015)

    An Fe-based amorphous composite coating with a thickness of 15mm was prepared by laser cladding method. Hot corrosion behavior of the composite coating in the molten Na2SO4+K2SO4 at 650°C was investigated by the weight change kinetics, X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microsc...
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    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:IFC (2015)

  4. Mechanism of calcium phosphate deposition in a hydrothermal coating process

    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:197 (2015)

    Hydrothermal process is a useful method for deposition of corrosion protective calcium–phosphate (Ca–P) coating on magnesium alloy (AZ31) substrate. Since the deposition mechanism determines the coating properties to a considerable extent, the present work studied the key steps in the ...
  5. The influence of Al2O3 particle morphology on the coating formation and dry sliding wear behavior of cold sprayed Al–Al2O3 composites

    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:324 (2015)

    Five Al–Al2O3 coatings were deposited by gas dynamic cold spray, using feedstocks containing 0, 10, and 50wt.% of Al2O3 particles admixed into commercially pure Al powders. Two feedstocks were made using Al2O3 powders with an angular, blocky Al2O3 morphology, two feedstocks used Al2O3 ...
  6. Influence of the aluminum incorporation on the properties of electrodeposited ZnO thin films

    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:236 (2015)

    Undoped and aluminum doped zinc oxide thin films were successfully deposited by electrodeposition technique from aqueous solution onto ITO substrates at optimized experimental conditions. The variations of the structural, electrical and optical properties with the doping concentration ...
  7. The friction and wear behavior of Cu/Cu-MoS2 self-lubricating coating prepared by electrospark deposition

    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:24 (2015)

    Cu/Cu-MoS2 self-lubricating coatings were prepared on high speed steel (HSS) by electrospark deposition (ESD). The friction and wear behavior of the coating was studied. The results show that the self-lubricating coatings have better wear resistance than uncoated HSS. The friction and ...
  8. Flame spraying of adherent silicon coatings on SiC substrates

    Surface and Coatings Technology 270:8 (2015)

    Thermally sprayed silicon coatings seem a good bond coat option for state of art environmental barrier coatings (EBCs) aimed at protecting the high temperature ceramic components of the next generation of gas turbine engines. In this paper, Si has been flame sprayed, by tailoring the s...
  9. Influence of electrolyte ageing on the Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation of aluminium

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:36 (2015)

    The chemical stability of the electrolyte in Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO) has been the subject of much systematic investigation. The present study reports on experimental results on the ageing of a usual PEO electrolyte and its effect on the oxidation of the Al2214 aluminium all...
  10. Influence of ZrO2 incorporation into coating layer on electrochemical response of low-carbon steel processed by electrochemical plasma coating

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:314 (2015)

    This study investigated the effect of the incorporation of ZrO2 particles on the electrochemical response of low-carbon steel processed by electrochemical plasma coating (EPC). The EPC process was carried out in an alkaline electrolyte with and without ZrO2 particles under AC condition...
  11. Self-sealing micro-arc oxidation coating on AZ91D Mg alloy and its formation mechanism

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:228 (2015)

    Micro-arc oxidation (MAO) coatings were obtained on AZ91D Mg alloy in an alkaline Na2SiO3-NaF base solution with and without K2ZrF6. Then, the surface and cross-sectional morphologies, elemental compositions and phase structure of the resulting coatings were investigated by scanning el...
  12. Formation and friction behavior of plasma electrolytically nitrocarburized surface layers on Q235 steel

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:324 (2015)

    Absorption and transition of compounds on the surface of Q235 were investigated in the plasma electrolytic nitrocarburizing (PEN/C) in an aqueous solution containing triethylamine, glycerol and sodium bicarbonate for 5–15min. Raman spectroscopy and Fourier transforms infrared spectrome...
  13. Characterization and corrosion evaluation of TiO2:n-HA coatings on titanium alloy formed by plasma electrolytic oxidation

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:258 (2015)

    In the present study, a novel TiO2-based coating containing nanosized hydroxyapatite (n-HA) has been formed on commercially available Ti–6Al–4V (Grade 5) alloy substrates by the Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO) technique. The TiO2:n-HA coating deposition was provided in an aqueous s...
  14. Preface

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269 (2015)

  15. Formation of zirconia coatings on ZrN-coated substrates by plasma electrolytic oxidation

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:295 (2015)

    Zirconia coatings exhibiting widely technological applications were produced by plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO) on ZrN-coated Si substrates in alkaline electrolytes. Firstly, zirconium nitride films were deposited on the substrates by an air-based reactive sputtering technique. Aft...
  16. Tribological properties of laser surface textured and plasma electrolytic oxidation duplex-treated Ti6Al4V alloy deposited with MoS2 film

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:266 (2015)

    Laser surface-textured Ti6Al4V substrate was treated by plasma electrolytic oxidation to form an oxide coating followed by deposition of a solid lubricating MoS2 film. The tribological properties were evaluated using a ball-on-disk tribometer under dry sliding conditions at the loads o...
  17. Characterization of micro arc oxidized 6082 aluminum alloy in an electrolyte containing carbon nanotubes

    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:83 (2015)

    In this study, micro arc oxidation (MAO) process was applied to 6082 aluminum alloy in an alkaline-based electrolyte with and without the addition of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) to the electrolyte. After oxidation, the coatings were investigated by a series of structural, morphological, an...
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    Surface and Coatings Technology 269:IFC (2015)

  19. Microstructural analysis of high-pressure cold-sprayed Ni, NiCu and NiCu + Al2O3 coatings

    Surface and Coatings Technology 268:224 (2015)

    Cold spraying has shown its potential to produce metallic and composite coatings with high quality and performance. For instance, the impermeability of the coatings is the criterion for the corrosion resistance and thus, fully dense coatings can act as real corrosion barrier coatings. ...
  20. Fireside corrosion degradation of HVOF thermal sprayed FeCrAl coating at 700–800 °C

    Surface and Coatings Technology 268:165 (2015)

    To reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases, the power generation industry is increasingly moving towards higher operating steam temperatures (and pressures) and more efficient ultra super critical (USC) boilers. However, higher operating temperatures coupled with biomass derived fuel ...