Thermodynamic conditions for cluster formation in supersaturated boundary layer during plasma spray-physical vapor deposition

@article{Liu2019ThermodynamicCF,
  title={Thermodynamic conditions for cluster formation in supersaturated boundary layer during plasma spray-physical vapor deposition},
  author={Mei-Jun Liu and Ke-Jie Zhang and Qiang Zhang and Meng Zhang and Guan-Jun Yang and Cheng-Xin Li and Chang-Jiu Li},
  journal={Applied Surface Science},
  year={2019}
}
  • Mei-Jun Liu, Ke-Jie Zhang, +4 authors Chang-Jiu Li
  • Published 2019
  • Materials Science
  • Applied Surface Science
Abstract Plasma spray-physical vapor deposition (PS-PVD) is used to produce columnar microstructure coatings for vapor materials under particular operating parameters. However, due to the particular conditions of PS-PVD, the state of vapor material transported in plasma jet is difficult to predict by experimental method. Moreover, the properties of plasma jet changes sharply when the hot plasma jet approaches a relatively low temperature substrate. It is more difficult to examine the behavior… Expand

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