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On the Microstructural Development in Platinum-Modified Nickel-Aluminide Bond Coats
Surface and Coatings Technology
  • S. Darzens, University of Delaware
  • Anette M Karlsson, Cleveland State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-30-2004
Abstract
A numerical procedure for simulating the distortions exhibited by a thermally grown oxide (TGO) upon temperature cycling has been adapted to incorporate the microstructure of the bond coat. The focus is on the dual phase β/γ′ microstructure that develops upon oxidation of a system with a Pt-aluminide bond coat. The results reveal that the presence of the γ′-phase next to the TGO reduces its distortion locally, because of the superior high-temperature strength of γ′, relative to β. Conversely, in regions where the β-phase exists adjacent to the TGO, it distorts and the TGO propagates downward, while simultaneously lengthening. These results from the simulations are in direct correspondence with experimental observations.
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Presented at 30th International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films, San Diego, CA., April 28 - May 2, 2003.

DOI
10.1016/j.surfcoat.2003.09.001
Version
Postprint
Citation Information
Darzens, S., and Karlsson, A. M., 2004, "On the Microstructural Development in Platinum-Modified Nickel-Aluminide Bond Coats," Surface and Coatings Technology, 177-178pp. 108-112.