By Hua-Tay Lin, Dongming Zhu, Tatsuki Ohji, Andrew Wereszczak
This quantity presents a one-stop source, compiling present learn on ceramic coatings and interfaces. it's a choice of papers from the yankee Ceramic Society s thirty second foreign convention on complicated Ceramics and Composites, January 27-February 1, 2008. Papers contain advancements and advances in ceramic coatings for structural, environmental, and practical purposes. Articles are logically geared up to supply perception into a variety of features of ceramic coatings and interfaces. it is a useful, up to date source for researchers in undefined, executive, or academia who paintings in ceramics engineering.
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And this would result in a corresponding reduction in the test amplitude if the ‘af level was maintained. Given that the coating properties are strain dependent and are not frequency dependent, it is more appropriate to test to constant amplitude conditions. 2 niHz static test. - All tests were conducted in vacuum (80 mm-Hg), and the specimen was run on condition for 10 to 15 minutes at the low speed condition, or until the response was stable, before each acceleration. For each test, a decay was obtained by switching the excitation frequency from the resonant to a higher value: this produced a much smoother transition.
The samples were tested the erosion rates of the substrate material and TBC at different temperatures, particle impact velocities and impingement angles. Tests were also conducted to study the life of TBC under the same impact conditions. INTRODUCTION Suspended solid particles are often encountered in turbomachinery operating environment because of several mechanisms that contribute to particle ingestion in gas turbine engines. Solid and molten particles can be produced during the combustion process from burning heavy oils or synthetic fuels, and aircraft engines can encounter particles transported by sand storms to several thousand feet altitude [l].
New blade coatings and materials are continuously being developed to meet the challenging requirements of modern gas turbine engines. Because of the serious consequences of blade degradation on gas turbine life and performance, it is necessary to control surface erosion by suspended solid particles that are often encountered in turbomachinery flows. This requires systematic characterization and understanding of the erosion mechanisms that cause coating and blade material erosion. A complex phenomenon such as blade surface deterioration by erosion requires a combination of 45 Deterioration and Retention of Coated Turbomachinery Blading experimental and computational research efforts [I].
Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Interfaces III (Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Vol. 29, No. 4) by Hua-Tay Lin, Dongming Zhu, Tatsuki Ohji, Andrew Wereszczak