Process of deposition of a material on the surface of a rotating body
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A mathematical model for estimating the thickness of a coating deposited on the surface of a rotating body having a circular symmetry is proposed. A method has been developed for determining the law of control of the mass flow of a deposited material for the purpose of obtaining coatings homogeneous in thickness. It is shown that, in the case of deposition of a coating on the surface of a circular disk, the optimum mass flow of a deposited material is defined by a linear function.
KeywordsMass Flow Superhard Material Circular Disk Diamond Particle Diamond Single Crystal
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