Publisher : The Korean Institute of Surface Engineering
DOI : 10.5695/JKISE.2007.40.4.175
Title & Authors
Optimal Aluminizing Coating on Incoloy 909 Kwon, S.W.; Yoon, J.H.; Joo, Y.K.; Cho, T.Y.; Ahn, J.S.; Park, B.K.;
An Fe-Ni-Co based superalloy Incoloy 909 (Incoloy 909) has been used for gas turbine engine component material. This alloy is susceptible to high temperature oxidation and corrosion because of the absence of corrosion resistant Cr. For the improvement of durability of the component of Incoloy 909 aluminizing-chromate coating by pack cementation process has been investigated at relatively low temperature of about to protect the surface microstructure and properties of Incoloy 909 substrate. As a previous study to aluminizing-chromate coating by pack cementation of Incoloy 909, the optimal aluminizing process has been investigated. The size effects of source Al powder and inert filler powder and activator selection have been studied. And the dependence of coating growth rate on aluminizing temperature and time has also been studied. The optimal aluminizing process for the coating growth rate is that the mixing ratio of source Al powder, activator and filler are 80%, 1% and 19% respectively at aluminizing temperature and time 20 hours.