Features of Coatings Obtained by Supersonic Laser Deposition
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The three types of coatings that can be deposited by supersonic laser deposition, namely coatings built without the melting of the processed powder particles, coatings built from molten particles and coatings made from molten particles and with solid particles embedded in the coating, are discussed. For instance, with no melting of the powder material, a titanium alloy coating without transformation of the structure and with a uniform distribution of the chemical elements in the coating cross-section was obtained. Self-fluxing coatings (NiCrCBSiFe) with high hardness were achieved by melting the powder and mixing it with the substrate. The mixing of the coating metal with the substrate metal led to a significant increase in the concentration of the main alloying elements in the coating–substrate interface. X-ray diffraction analysis also showed that the mixing of the NiCrCBSiFe coating with a medium-carbon steel substrate led to the formation of new FexNi phases, while their concentration decreased through coating thickness.
Keywordschemical composition microstructure nickel alloy coating supersonic laser deposition titanium alloy
The author acknowledges support from the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation for supporting the research Project No 9.3236.2017/4.6.
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