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Sliding Wear Response of Nanostructured YSZ Suspension Plasma-Sprayed Coating

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2014
auteur(s) Kossman S.; Chicot Didier; Decoopman Xavier; Iost Alain; Van Gorp Adrien; Meillot E.; Puchi-Cabrera E.S.; Santana Y.Y.; Staia M.H.
journal (abréviation) Journal of Thermal Spray Technology (J. Therm. Spray Technol.)
volume (numéro) 23 (8)
  
pages 1350 – 1361
résumé Nanostructured yttria-stabilized zirconia coatings for applications in high-temperature environments can be deposited by suspension plasma spraying (SPS) techniques. The present research has been conducted in order to study the sliding wear response of a SPS ZrO2–8% mol. Y2O3 coating (75 μm in thickness) deposited onto a Haynes 230 substrate, using pin-on-disc tests. Some of the coated samples were subsequently heat-treated for 1 h at 300 and 600 °C. Samples characterization prior and after the wear tests was carried out by SEM, EDS, XRD and optical profilometry techniques. Instrumented indentation was employed to determine elastic modulus and hardness. The results have shown that the as-sprayed and heat-treated samples experienced severe wear (10−13 m3/Nm) and the worst wear performance corresponded to the sample heat treated at 600 °C. Such a behavior could be related to both the structural changes that took place during heat treatment and the nature and level of the residual stresses in the coatings. In general, the morphologies of the wear tracks observed by SEM have shown a smoothing of the surface, brittle fracture, smearing and grain pull-out.
mots clés yttria stabilized zirconia, nanostructured coating, wear, suspension plasma spray, nanoindentation, heat treatment
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