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Microstructure and Tribological Properties along with Chemical Composition and Size of Initial Powder in Fe-based BMG Coating through APS
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 Title & Authors
Microstructure and Tribological Properties along with Chemical Composition and Size of Initial Powder in Fe-based BMG Coating through APS
Kim, Jung-Hwan; Yoon, Sang-Hoon; Na, Hyun-Taek; Lee, Chang-Hee;
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 Abstract
In this study, two kinds of Fe-based bulk metallic glasses (BMG) powder were built-up through atmospheric plasma spray (APS) technique. The microstructure of two coatings was analyzed through X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy. Crystallization and oxidation in coatings were affected by chemical composition and initial powder size. Then, both of them influenced the tribological property.
 Keywords
Bulk metallic glasses;Atmospheric plasma spray;Microstructure;Tribological property;
 Language
Korean
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