Behavior of Ni-Al particles in argon: Helium plasma jets View Full Text


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DATE

1993-09

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W. D. Swank, J. R. Fincke, D. C. Haggard

ABSTRACT

To better understand the plasma spray coating process, an experimental study of the interaction between a subsonic thermal plasma jet and injected nickel- aluminum particles was performed. The velocity, temperature, and composition of the argon/helium gas flow field was mapped using an enthalpy probe/mass spectrometer system. The sprayed particle flow field was examined by simultaneously measuring the size, velocity, and temperature of individual particles. Particle and gas temperatures were compared at the nominal substrate stand- off distance and axially along the median particle trajectory. Temperature and velocity differences between the particle and the gas surrounding it are shown to vary substantially depending on the trajectory of the particles. On the median trajectory, the average particle is transferring heat and momentum back to the plasma by the time it reaches the substrate. Because the exchange of heat and momentum is highly dependent on the particle residence time in the core of the plasma, the condition of particles at the substrate can be optimized by controlling the particle trajectory through the plasma. More... »

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243-249

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1988-03. Probe measurements in thermal plasma jets in PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING
  • 1989-06. Probe measurements in argon plasma jets operated in ambient argon in PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING
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