A Novel Insight into Slurry Erosion Performance of Some Nickel, Alumina, and Titania Based Thermal Spray Coatings: A Review

Rajeev Kumar, Sanjeev Bhandari, Atul Goyal

Abstract


An ideal coating system is generally considered as an appropriate combination of significant hardness and toughness. In the past investigations, the potential of various hard phases, as well as tougher candidates have been already explored. Some of these works related to slurry erosion, using nickel, alumina and titania as a coating candidate has been reviewed in the present study. The study is aiming towards investigating the effect of these coating candidates on the slurry erosion performance of a coating system. The review revealed a significant improvement in the coating properties (mechanical and microstructural) as well as coating performance with the application of the investigated coating materials.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijermt.v6i7.190

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