Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection

Erja Turunen, Ulla Kanerva, Tommi Varis, J. Knuuttila, J. Leivo, J. Silvonen

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

Abstract

The potential of the high velocity oxy-fuel (HVOF) thermal spray process to produce coatings with reduced porosity is well known. The ability to produce high density ceramic coatings offers potential in high performance applications in the fields of wear, corrosion resistance and dielectric coatings. It has been, however, demonstrated that benefits from HVOF ceramic coatings can be obtained only if particles are melted enough and good lamella adhesion is produced. Therefore, due to the operational limits of the HVOF process, the processstructure-relationship must be well optimized. One strategy to improve melting of ceramic particles in the relatively low flame temperatures of the HVOF process is to modify particle crystal structure and composition. In this paper, the effects of the powder structure and the composition on coating microstructure and deposition efficiency of the HVOF spray process are studied. The effect of fuel gas, hydrogen vs. propane, was also demonstrated. The studied materials were agglomerated alumina- and titania-based pure and composite powders. Coating properties such as microstructure, hardness, and abrasive wear resistance, were compared to the coating manufactured by using conventional fused and crushed powders.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference
Subtitle of host publicationGlobal Coating Solutions
Place of PublicationMaterials Park, Ohio
PublisherASM International
Pages484-488
ISBN (Print)978-038-77728-5-1
Publication statusPublished - 2007
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication

Fingerprint

ceramics
coatings
ceramic coatings
fuel sprays
microstructure
flame temperature
abrasives
lamella
wear resistance
corrosion resistance
propane
sprayers
adhesion
hardness
aluminum oxides
titanium
melting
porosity
crystal structure
composite materials

Keywords

  • ProperPart

Cite this

Turunen, E., Kanerva, U., Varis, T., Knuuttila, J., Leivo, J., & Silvonen, J. (2007). Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection. In Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference: Global Coating Solutions (pp. 484-488). Materials Park, Ohio: ASM International.
Turunen, Erja ; Kanerva, Ulla ; Varis, Tommi ; Knuuttila, J. ; Leivo, J. ; Silvonen, J. / Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection. Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference: Global Coating Solutions. Materials Park, Ohio : ASM International, 2007. pp. 484-488
@inproceedings{2648eddf5a014acb92a753cbde3e909d,
title = "Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection",
abstract = "The potential of the high velocity oxy-fuel (HVOF) thermal spray process to produce coatings with reduced porosity is well known. The ability to produce high density ceramic coatings offers potential in high performance applications in the fields of wear, corrosion resistance and dielectric coatings. It has been, however, demonstrated that benefits from HVOF ceramic coatings can be obtained only if particles are melted enough and good lamella adhesion is produced. Therefore, due to the operational limits of the HVOF process, the processstructure-relationship must be well optimized. One strategy to improve melting of ceramic particles in the relatively low flame temperatures of the HVOF process is to modify particle crystal structure and composition. In this paper, the effects of the powder structure and the composition on coating microstructure and deposition efficiency of the HVOF spray process are studied. The effect of fuel gas, hydrogen vs. propane, was also demonstrated. The studied materials were agglomerated alumina- and titania-based pure and composite powders. Coating properties such as microstructure, hardness, and abrasive wear resistance, were compared to the coating manufactured by using conventional fused and crushed powders.",
keywords = "ProperPart",
author = "Erja Turunen and Ulla Kanerva and Tommi Varis and J. Knuuttila and J. Leivo and J. Silvonen",
year = "2007",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-038-77728-5-1",
pages = "484--488",
booktitle = "Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference",
publisher = "ASM International",
address = "United States",

}

Turunen, E, Kanerva, U, Varis, T, Knuuttila, J, Leivo, J & Silvonen, J 2007, Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection. in Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference: Global Coating Solutions. ASM International, Materials Park, Ohio, pp. 484-488.

Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection. / Turunen, Erja; Kanerva, Ulla; Varis, Tommi; Knuuttila, J.; Leivo, J.; Silvonen, J.

Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference: Global Coating Solutions. Materials Park, Ohio : ASM International, 2007. p. 484-488.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

TY - GEN

T1 - Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection

AU - Turunen, Erja

AU - Kanerva, Ulla

AU - Varis, Tommi

AU - Knuuttila, J.

AU - Leivo, J.

AU - Silvonen, J.

PY - 2007

Y1 - 2007

N2 - The potential of the high velocity oxy-fuel (HVOF) thermal spray process to produce coatings with reduced porosity is well known. The ability to produce high density ceramic coatings offers potential in high performance applications in the fields of wear, corrosion resistance and dielectric coatings. It has been, however, demonstrated that benefits from HVOF ceramic coatings can be obtained only if particles are melted enough and good lamella adhesion is produced. Therefore, due to the operational limits of the HVOF process, the processstructure-relationship must be well optimized. One strategy to improve melting of ceramic particles in the relatively low flame temperatures of the HVOF process is to modify particle crystal structure and composition. In this paper, the effects of the powder structure and the composition on coating microstructure and deposition efficiency of the HVOF spray process are studied. The effect of fuel gas, hydrogen vs. propane, was also demonstrated. The studied materials were agglomerated alumina- and titania-based pure and composite powders. Coating properties such as microstructure, hardness, and abrasive wear resistance, were compared to the coating manufactured by using conventional fused and crushed powders.

AB - The potential of the high velocity oxy-fuel (HVOF) thermal spray process to produce coatings with reduced porosity is well known. The ability to produce high density ceramic coatings offers potential in high performance applications in the fields of wear, corrosion resistance and dielectric coatings. It has been, however, demonstrated that benefits from HVOF ceramic coatings can be obtained only if particles are melted enough and good lamella adhesion is produced. Therefore, due to the operational limits of the HVOF process, the processstructure-relationship must be well optimized. One strategy to improve melting of ceramic particles in the relatively low flame temperatures of the HVOF process is to modify particle crystal structure and composition. In this paper, the effects of the powder structure and the composition on coating microstructure and deposition efficiency of the HVOF spray process are studied. The effect of fuel gas, hydrogen vs. propane, was also demonstrated. The studied materials were agglomerated alumina- and titania-based pure and composite powders. Coating properties such as microstructure, hardness, and abrasive wear resistance, were compared to the coating manufactured by using conventional fused and crushed powders.

KW - ProperPart

M3 - Conference article in proceedings

SN - 978-038-77728-5-1

SP - 484

EP - 488

BT - Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference

PB - ASM International

CY - Materials Park, Ohio

ER -

Turunen E, Kanerva U, Varis T, Knuuttila J, Leivo J, Silvonen J. Nanostructured ceramic HVOF coatings for improved protection. In Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference: Global Coating Solutions. Materials Park, Ohio: ASM International. 2007. p. 484-488