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Characterization of an Al70.9Cu9Fe10Cr10B0.1 Stable Quasiperiodic Material as a Wear Resistant Thermal Spray Coating

Published

Author(s)

C I. Lang, Frank S. Biancaniello, Stephen D. Ridder, D Shechtman

Abstract

Powders for thermal spray coating were produced by gas atomization in NIST's Supersonic Inert Gas Metal Atomizer (SIGMA). Bulk speciments were produced by Hot Isostatic Press (HIP) consolidation at NIST, and plasma sprayed coatings were produced at Ames Laboratory. All the materials produced were predominantly quasicrystalline in structure. The sprayed coatings showed a good combination of high hardness and low coefficient of friction, and wear rates comparable with conventional metallic materials.
Proceedings Title
Powder Materials: Current Research and Industrial Practices. Proceedings of the Fall 1999 Meeting
Conference Dates
October 31-November 4, 1999
Conference Location
Undefined
Conference Title
TMS Annual Meeting and Symposium

Keywords

hot isostatic press, quasicrystalline, supersonic inert gas

Citation

Lang, C. , Biancaniello, F. , Ridder, S. and Shechtman, D. (1999), Characterization of an Al<sub>70.9</sub>Cu<sub>9</sub>Fe<sub>10</sub>Cr<sub>10</sub>B<sub>0.1</sub> Stable Quasiperiodic Material as a Wear Resistant Thermal Spray Coating, Powder Materials: Current Research and Industrial Practices. Proceedings of the Fall 1999 Meeting, Undefined (Accessed April 20, 2024)
Created November 30, 1999, Updated October 12, 2021