2 edition of Oxidation Restance of Aluminide-Coated 713C and in 100 Superalloys. found in the catalog.
Oxidation Restance of Aluminide-Coated 713C and in 100 Superalloys.
National Research Council of Canada.
Written in English
|Series||Canada Nrc Mechanical Engineering Report ms -- 125|
|Contributions||Whelan, E.P., Dainty, R.V.|
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Fig. 5 Microhardness projles of bare titanium alloy after cyclic oxidation at "C for hours, and of phtinum aluminide coated titanium alloy after cyclic oxidation at 8OO" hours. There is an extensive hardened zone for the uncoated alloy but not for the coated alloy From the microhardness data (Figure 5) it is.
The Oxidation Restance of Aluminide-Coated 713C and in 100 Superalloys. book oxidation results obtained from alloy IN tested at °C for four levels of initial platinum concentration. Each 1-h cycle is defined as 50 min hot and 10 min of ambient cooling. Results were normalized for thickness on a per micrometer basis for all by: The oxidation behaviour and microstructural evolution of aluminide coatings on the Ni base superalloys Rene 80 and alloy were investigated during °C oxidation in air.
Cyclic oxidation test at °C was carried out and the microstructure evolution of the coating was investigated. The results show that the oxidation resistance of the substrate was greatly increased by applying an Al–Si coating. During oxidation, outward diffusion of Mo was effectively blocked due to its high affinity with by: The oxidation behavior of platinum aluminide coated nickel-based superalloy CMSX-4 has also been investigated by Reed et al.
. Their results showed that the oxidation performance at. TZM is a traditional alloy for high temperature applications, in which (Ti, Zr)C particles are dispersed in a Mo matrix. However, due to easy formation of an oxide layer on the TZM alloy under ambient atmosphere, an oxidation protective coating is needed for any high temperature structural applications of TZM.
In this study, aluminium pack cementation Cited by: 2. A slurry aluminising process was utilised to produce duplex Si-modified aluminide MCrAlY coatings for superalloy GTD MCrAlY coating was applied by means of high velocity oxy-fuel (HVOF) metal spray technique.
Cyclic oxidation behaviour of the aluminide/MCrAlY coating were compared with plain MCrAlY coating. Oxidation performance of the coated samples was Author: K. Shirvani, S.V. Miraboutalebi.