Review of Relationship Between Particle Deformation, Coating Microstructure, and Properties in High-Pressure Cold Spray

@article{Rokni2017ReviewOR,
  title={Review of Relationship Between Particle Deformation, Coating Microstructure, and Properties in High-Pressure Cold Spray},
  author={M. Reza Rokni and Steven R. Nutt and Christian A. Widener and Victor K. Champagne and Robert H. Hrabe},
  journal={Journal of Thermal Spray Technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={1308-1355}
}
In the cold spray (CS) process, deposits are produced by depositing powder particles at high velocity onto a substrate. Powders deposited by CS do not undergo melting before or upon impacting the substrate. This feature makes CS suitable for deposition of a wide variety of materials, most commonly metallic alloys, but also ceramics and composites. During processing, the particles undergo severe plastic deformation and create a more mechanical and less metallurgical bond with the underlying… CONTINUE READING

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