Processing of hybrid materials for components with improved life-time

S.-P. Hannula (Corresponding Author), Erja Turunen, Jari Koskinen, O. Söderberg

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Abstract

Components in many industrial applications, such as in the chemical, energy, process, pulp and paper, transport, etc. industries are exposed to harsh conditions in terms of e.g. mechanical and environmental loads. These conditions induce severe wear and may cause functional problems in the operation of mechanical systems because of high friction, especially at medium to high temperatures. Wear may also cause material to crack off from the surface; dirt or other impurities on surfaces exacerbate the problems even more. Consequently, maintenance problems and a shortening of the lifespan of the equipment may occur. The damaged components may also lead to hazards for the environment as, e.g., the sticking of valves may lead to dangerous chemical leaks. It is possible to reduce wear by using materials and coatings specially designed for the application. Such materials are often based on composite or nanocomposite concepts that typically incorporate ceramic additions to a metal matrix, but may also be based on other novel coating concepts. This paper presents trends in the development of hybrid materials and their use in components with novel functionality produced by thermal spraying and other compacting techniques.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S160-S166
JournalCurrent Applied Physics
Volume9
Issue number3, Supplement
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

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Hybrid materials
Wear of materials
life (durability)
Processing
dirt
compacting
Thermal spraying
coatings
chemical energy
Coatings
causes
spraying
hazards
Industrial applications
maintenance
Pulp
Nanocomposites
Hazards
nanocomposites
friction

Keywords

  • Applications
  • coatings
  • hybrid materials
  • processing
  • ProperPart

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Hannula, S.-P. ; Turunen, Erja ; Koskinen, Jari ; Söderberg, O. / Processing of hybrid materials for components with improved life-time. In: Current Applied Physics. 2009 ; Vol. 9, No. 3, Supplement . pp. S160-S166.
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Hannula, S-P, Turunen, E, Koskinen, J & Söderberg, O 2009, 'Processing of hybrid materials for components with improved life-time', Current Applied Physics, vol. 9, no. 3, Supplement , pp. S160-S166. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cap.2009.01.033

Processing of hybrid materials for components with improved life-time. / Hannula, S.-P. (Corresponding Author); Turunen, Erja; Koskinen, Jari; Söderberg, O.

In: Current Applied Physics, Vol. 9, No. 3, Supplement , 2009, p. S160-S166.

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