Undercooling and Microstructure of Plasma Sprayed Aluminum-germanium Eutectic
An Al-51.6wt%Ge eutectic alloy powder was plasma sprayed onto a silicon bronze substrate. The metastable rhombohedral phase was identified by powder X-ray diffraction and based upon thermal stability of the rhombohedral phase, the undercooling achieved during plasma spraying was determined to be greater than 200 °C.
Y. Kato and D. C. Van Aken, "Undercooling and Microstructure of Plasma Sprayed Aluminum-germanium Eutectic," Scripta Materialia, Elsevier, Jan 2004.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scriptamat.2003.11.005
Materials Science and Engineering
United States. Army
Keywords and Phrases
Coating; Metastable Phases; Plasma Spray; Splat Quenching; Undercooling Solidification
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Article - Journal
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01 Jan 2004