Microstructural characterisation of a high velocity oxy-fuel thermally sprayed Al-12wt.%Sn-1wt.%Cu alloy
Kong, Chang-Jing and Brown, Paul D. and Horlock, Andrew J. and Harris, Sam J. and McCartney, D. Graham (2001) Microstructural characterisation of a high velocity oxy-fuel thermally sprayed Al-12wt.%Sn-1wt.%Cu alloy. In: Electron microscopy and analysis 2001: proceedings of the Institute of Physics Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference, University of Dundee, 5-7 September 2001. Institute of Physics conference series (168). IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, pp. 227-230. ISBN 9780750308120
High velocity oxy-fuel thermal sprayed Al-12wt.%Sn-1wt.%Cu alloy coatings have been characterised both in the as-sprayed condition and following heat treatment in air at 300C for periods up to 5 hours. The as-sprayed microstructure comprises principally nanoscale Sn-rich particles embedded in an Al-rich matrix. The Sn-particles coarsen and the alloy microhardness decreases with increasing time of heat treatment.
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