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Coating formation, fracture mode and cavitation performance of Fe40Al deposited by cold gas spraying

N. Cinca, A. List, F. Gärtner, J. M. Guilemany and T. Klassen

The present study investigates the coating formation by cold spraying Fe–40 at.-%Al intermetallics and evaluates their cavitation performance. Coating properties identify them as good candidates for application in many industrial environments.

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Influence of spraying parameters on cold gas spraying of iron aluminide intermetallics

N. Cinca, A. List, F. Gärtner, J.M. Guilemany and T. Klassen

Cold spraying was used to build up coatings of ordered Fe40Al intermetallics, which are a kind of alloys which are being proposed for high temperature applications. The spray experiments were performed with chemically ordered powder feedstock of different size distributions to study influences from impact velocities.

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Influence of Cold Gas Spray process conditions on the microstructure of Fe-based amorphous coatings

J. Henao, A. Concustell, I.G. Cano, N. Cinca, S. Dosta and J.M. Guilemany

Fe-based amorphous metallic coatings were prepared by Cold Gas Spray process. Through this study, the effects of the process conditions such as spraying distance, gas pressure and temperature on themicrostructure of as-sprayed coatings are evaluated.

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Cold spray as an emerging technology for biocompatible and antibacterial coatings: state of art

A. M. Vilardell, N. Cinca, A. Concustell, S. Dosta, I. G. Cano and J. M. Guilemany

The use of coatings in biomaterials has been fundamental on the applicability of many medical devices and has helped improve mechanical properties such as wear and fatigue and biological properties such as biocom-patibility and bioactivity of implant prosthesis, thus, in essence, ameliorating human quality life.

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