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Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Materials for Extreme Environments II. Volume 33, Issue 3. Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings

  • ID: 2785537
  • Book
  • January 2013
  • 250 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Learn how new ceramic materials and coatings are designed to perform in extreme environments

Exploring advanced ceramic coatings and ultra–high temperature ceramic materials, this issue brings readers up to date with important new and emerging findings, materials, and applications. The nineteen papers in this issue originate from two symposia and one focused session held in January 2012, during the 36th International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC) in Daytona Beach, Florida:

  • International Symposium on Advanced Ceramic Coatings for Structural, Environmental, and Functional Applications
  • International Symposium on Materials for Extreme Environments: Ultra–high Temperature Ceramics (UHTCs) and Nanolaminated Ternary Carbide and Nitrides (MAX Phases)
  • Focused Session on Next Generation Technologies for Innovative Surface Coatings

With contributions from leading ceramics and materials researchers from around the world, this issue explores the latest advances and key challenges in:

  • Advanced thermal and environmental coating processing and characterizations
  • Advanced wear corrosion–resistant, nanocomposite, and multi–functional coatings
  • Thermal protection systems
  • Materials designed for extreme environments
  • Technologies for innovative surface coatings

Photographs and illustrations throughout this issue will help readers understand how new ceramic materials are designed to perform a variety of key functions in a broad range of extreme environments.

This issue represents one of nine CESP issues published from the 36th ICACC meeting. ICACC is the world′s most prominent international meeting dedicated to advanced structural, functional, and nanoscopic ceramics, composites, and other emerging ceramic materials and technologies. ICACC has been organized each year by The American Ceramic Society and The American Ceramic Society′s Engineering Ceramics Division since 1977.

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Preface ix

Introduction xi


Multilayered Thermal Barrier Coating Architectures for High Temperature Applications 3
Douglas E. Wolfe, Michael P. Schmitt, Dongming Zhu, Amarendra K. Rai, and Rabi Bhattacharya

Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Behavior of EB–PVD Thermal Barrier Coatings (TBCs) in Airfoil Components 19
Jennifer Wright, D. Calvin Faucett, Matt Ayre, and Sung R. Choi

Solid Particle Erosion of Thermal Spray and Physical Vapour Deposition Thermal Barrier Coatings 37
F. Cernuschi, C. Guardamagna, L. Lorenzoni, S. Capelli, F. Bossi, R. Vaßen, and K. von Niessen

Effect of Hard Thin Film Coatings on Tribochemical Film Behavior under Lubricated Sliding Contact 47
C. Lorenzo–Martin, O. O. Ajayi, S. Torrel, N. Demas and G. R. Fenske

Rare Earth Oxides Pyrochlore Compounds by Soft Chemistry 57
A. Joulia, E. Renard, D. Tchou–Kien, M. Vardelle, and S. Rossignol

Degradation of (Ni.Pt)AI Coatings by Mixture of Sodium and Potassium Sulfate at 950°C 67
Le Zhou, Sriparna Mukherjee, and Yongho Sohn

Original In–Situ Method to Quantify the SiC Active Corrosion Rate and Active/Passive Transition in Ar/02 and Ar/H20 Gas Mixtures at Very High Temperatures 77
Mathieu Q. Brisebourg, Bernard Boilait, Francis Rebillat, and Francis Teyssandier

Silicon Carbide Nanotube Oxidation at High Temperatures 89
Nadia Ahlborg and Dongming Zhu


Evaluations of Multilayer Coatings for Galvanic Corrosion Resistance Applications Oxide and Nitride Coatings on Carbon Steel 101
C. Qu, R. Kasica, R. Wei, E. McCarty, J. H. Fan, D. D. Edwards, G. Wynick, L Lin, Y. Liu, R. E. Miller, and X. W. Wang

Acoustic Field Assisted Drying of Electrophoretically Deposited Colloidal Coatings 115
Changzheng Ji and Houzheng Wu


Testing of Candidate Rigid Heat Shield Materials at LHMEL for the Entry, Descent, and Landing Technology Development Project 129
Steven Sepka, Matthew Gasch, Robin A. Beck, and Susan White

Failure Mechanism of R–Type Temperature Sensor in Extreme Environments 157
Hongy Lin and Eric Allain


Protection against Oxydation by CVD or SPS Coatings of Hafnium Carbide and Silicon Carbide on Carbon/Carbon Composites 163
A. Allemand, Y. Le Petitcorps, O. Szwedek, J. F. Epherre, N. Teneze, and P. David

Properties of Hot–Pressed Ti2AIN Obtained by SHS Process 171
L. Chlubny, J. Lis, M. M. Bucko, and D. Kata

A Comparative Study of Decomposition Kinetics in Max Phases at Elevated Temperature 179
I. M. Low and W. K. Pang

The Hardness of ZrB2 between 1373K and 2273 K 187
Jianye Wang, E. Feilden–lrving, Luc J. Vandeperre, and F. Giuliani

Microstructural Analysis of a C/ZrC Composites Produced by Melt Infiltration 197
Linhua Zou, Sergey Prikhodko, Timothy Stewart, Brian Williams, and Jenn–Ming Yang


Interactions between Amorphous Carbon Coatings and Engine Oil Additives: Prediction of the Friction Behavior using Optimized Artificial Neural Networks 209
Edgar Schulz, Thilo Breitsprecher, Yashar Musayev, Stephan Tremmel, Tim Hosenfeldt, Sandra Wartzack, and Harald Meerkamm

Control of Oxygen Content with Oxygen Gas Introduction in Cr(N,0) Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition 225
K. Suzuki, T. Endo, T. Fukushima, A. Sato, T. Suzuki, T. Nakayama, H. Suematsu, and K. Niihara

Author Index 235

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Michael Halbig
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