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The Cold Spray Materials Deposition Process. Woodhead Publishing Series in Metals and Surface Engineering - Product Image

The Cold Spray Materials Deposition Process. Woodhead Publishing Series in Metals and Surface Engineering

  • ID: 2736448
  • September 2007
  • 376 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

The cold spray process produces dense, low oxide coatings which can be used in such diverse applications as corrosion control and metals repair. It has emerged as an important alternative to thermal spray coating techniques in certain areas. This pioneering book reviews both the fundamentals of the process and how it can best be applied in practice.

The first part of the book discusses the development of the process together with its advantages and disadvantages in comparison with thermal spray coating techniques. Part two reviews key process parameters such as powders, nozzle design, particle temperature and velocity, and particle/substrate interaction. It also describes portable and stationary cold spray systems. The final part of the book discusses how the cold spray process can be applied in such areas as improved wear, corrosion protection, electromagnetic interference shielding and repair of damaged components.

The cold spray materials deposition process is a standard reference on this important process and its industrial applications.

- Examines the fundamentals of the cold spraying process
- Assesses how the technique can best be applied in practice
- Describes portable and stationary cold spray systems

Part 1 General issues: The development of the cold spray process
Comparing cold spray with thermal spray coating technologies
The advantages and disadvantages of the cold spray coating process
The economics of the cold spray process. Part 2 Cold spray process parameters: Cold spray process parameters: Powders
The influence of nozzle design in the cold spray process
The role of particle temperature and velocity in cold spray coating formation
Particle/substrate interaction in the cold spray bonding process
Supersonic jet/substrate interaction in the cold spray bonding process
Portable, low pressure cold spray systems for industrial applications
Stationary cold spray systems for industrial applications. Part 3 Applications of cold spray coatings: Mechanical, thermal and electrical properties of cold sprayed coatings
Cold spray particle deposition for improved wear
The use of cold spray coating for corrosion protection
Electromagnetic interference shielding by cold spray particle deposition
Repair of magnesium components by cold spray techniques.

Champagne, V K
Victor K. Champagne is the Technical Team Leader of the Advanced Materials and Processes Group within the Weapons and Materials Research Directorate of the US Army Research Laboratory. He is internationally known for his research on the cold spray process.

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