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Influence of Cold-Sprayed, Warm-Sprayed and Plasma Sprayed Layers Deposition on Fatigue Properties of Steel Specimens
Titanium powder was deposited onto steel specimens using four thermal spray technologies: plasma spray, low-pressure cold spray, portable cold spray, and warm spray. The specimens were then subjected to strain controlled ...
Modification of Plasma Sprayed TiO2 Coatings Characteristics via Controlling the In-flight Temperature and Velocity of the Powder Particles
The study presents a comprehensive research on the plasma spray fabrication of TiO2 coatings with microstructural properties adjustable via controlling the respective in-flight properties of the feedstock particles. The ...
In-Flight Temperature And Velocity of Powder Particles of Plasma Sprayed TiO2
This paper relates to the in-flight temperature and velocity of TiO2 particles, an integral part of the systematic research on atmospheric plasma spraying of the material. Initial powder feedstock (32-45 um, 100% rutile ...
Influence of plasma and cold spray deposited Ti Layers on high-cycle fatigue properties of Ti6Al4V substrates
This paper presents a summary of the research on the influence of plasma and cold spray deposition of bio-grade Ti powder on the high-cycle fatigue properties of Ti6Al4V substrates. Four sets of flat specimens (as-received, ...