Through-thickness residual stress evaluations for several industrial thermal spray coatings using a modified layer-removal method View Full Text


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DATE

1994-12

AUTHORS

D. J. Greving, E. F. Rybicki, J. R. Shadley

ABSTRACT

Residual stresses are inherent in thermal spray coatings because the application process involves large temperature gradients in materials with different mechanical properties. In many cases, failure analysis of thermal spray coatings has indicated that residual stresses contribute to reduced service life. An estab-lished method for experimentally evaluating residual stresses involves monitoring deformations in a part as layers of material are removed. Although the method offers several advantages, applications are lim-ited to a single isotropic material and do not include coated materials. This paper describes a modified layer-removal method for evaluating through-thickness residual stress distributions in coated materials. The modification is validated by comparisons with three-dimensional finite-element analysis results. The modified layer-removal method was applied to determine through-thickness residual stress distributions for six industrial thermal spray coatings: stainless steel, aluminum, Ni-5A1, two tungsten carbides, and a ceramic thermal barrier coating. The modified method requires only ordinary resistance strain-gage measuring equipment and can be relatively insensitive to uncertainties in the mechanical properties of the coating material. More... »

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379

Journal

TITLE

Journal of Thermal Spray Technology

ISSUE

4

VOLUME

3

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02658983

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