Measurements of cold spray deposition efficiency
An analytical model of the kinetics of coating formation during cold spray is presented. The model is used to correct experimental data on deposition efficiency. The experimentally observed values are shown to be affected by experimental conditions, such as the velocity of substrate motion, the number of passes, the mass of a single portion of powder, and the exposure time of a given surface section. It is noted that experimental conditions can exert a significant effect on the consequences of the high-speed interaction of particles with a substrate. Relations are suggested that allow one to correct the results of deposition efficiency determined experimentally and to avoid mistakes in interpreting the data obtained.
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