Program for plasma-sprayed self-lubricating coatings
G. C. Walther, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Lewis Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 76 pages
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20 hours 3ATCH 40 grid placements 400 mesh sieve 70 mesh screen Adhesive Strength Results agglomerates atomic absorption analyses Ball Mill bar examined Batch 13 binder and 325 binocular optical microscope CaF9 calcium fluoride CM CM coating composition color composite particles composite powders compositional uniformity decorated equiaxed feed tube Figure 33 Continued fraction 200X globules heat treatment IITRI Image Analyzing Inconel 750 lubricant MAP binder mesh CaF2 powder mesh material mesh sieve fraction Metal normal-ceramic metallographic micrograph mixing monoaluminum phosphate NASA Wear Test NASA/Lewis nichrome particles nichrome phase Nichrome powder number of grid observed obtained oxidation particle size distribution plasma plasma-sprayed coatings point counting point grid polished section Polyvinyl Alcohol porosity powder Cerac prepared quantitative microscopy measurements quantitative microscopy results segration Self-Lubricating Coatings shown in Figure shows sprayed coating square Starting Powder substrate surface Table temperature volume fraction x-ray diffraction