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2017-Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit
SIPS 2017 Volume 6: Mathematics, Multiscale Mechanics, Coatings

Editors:Kongoli F, Masset P, Rokicki P
Publisher:Flogen Star OUTREACH
Publication Year:2017
Pages:142 pages
ISBN:978-1-987820-71-3
ISSN:2291-1227 (Metals and Materials Processing in a Clean Environment Series)

    SiO2 + Y2O3 Thermal Barrier Coatings On Ceramic Substrates

    Pawel Rokicki1; Marek Goral1; Willy Kunz2; Markus Loeffer3; Andre Clausner2; Slawomir Kotowski4; Andrzej Nowotnik4; Ehrenfried Zschech5; Elżbieta Bąk1;
    1RZESZOW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY FOR AEROSPACE MATERIALS, Rzeszow, Poland; 2FRAUNHOFER-INSTITUT FUR KERAMISCHE TECHNOLOGIEN UND SYSTEME IKTS, Dresden, Germany (Deutschland); 3TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT DRESDEN, Dresden, Germany (Deutschland); 4RZESZOW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Rzeszow, Poland; 5FRAUNHOFER INSTITUTE FOR CERAMIC TECHNOLOGIES AND SYSTEMS IKTS, Dresden, Germany (Deutschland);
    Type of Paper: Regular
    Id Paper: 338
    Topic: 19

    Abstract:

    Ceramic matrix composites are potential future innovative materials for high temperature application in gas turbines and aviation industry. Mechanical properties at elevated temperature reaching up to 1500°C make these group of materials suitable for increased efficiency and lower emission of the aircraft engine. However, corrosion resistance is still an issue, especially in meaning of water vapour. Moreover, thermal insulation is important for oxide ceramic matrix composites due to their low temperature limit. That is why new protective coatings in form of TBCs are needed to increase the potential of these materials. The research conducted within the international project funded from the European Union concerns development of the Atmospheric Plasma Spraying method in meaning of obtaining new material system based on ceramic matrix composite. The paper is focused on the first stage of preparation of the process. The aim is to develop the method of APS with YSZ on the ceramic substrate. The results obtained within the study will be used for development of the process parameters for advanced ceramic matrix composites. The study focuses on methodology that was applied in the research as well as the literature analysis.

    Keywords:

    Atmospheric Plasma Spraying, Silicon Oxide, Yttrium Oxide, Silicon Nitride, TBC

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    Rokicki P, Goral M, Kunz W, Loeffer M, Clausner A, Kotowski S, Nowotnik A, Zschech E, Bąk E. SiO2 + Y2O3 Thermal Barrier Coatings On Ceramic Substrates. In: Kongoli F, Masset P, Rokicki P, editors. Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit SIPS 2017 Volume 6: Mathematics, Multiscale Mechanics, Coatings. Volume 6. Montreal(Canada): FLOGEN Star Outreach; 2017. p. 143-147.