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Erosion and erosion-corrosion performance of cast and thermally sprayed nickel-aluminium bronze

Erosion and erosion-corrosion performance of cast and thermally sprayed nickel-aluminium bronze
Erosion and erosion-corrosion performance of cast and thermally sprayed nickel-aluminium bronze
Nickel-Aluminum Bronze (NAB) is widely used for propulsion and seawater handling systems in naval platforms. It is selected because of its attractive combination of toughness and shock resistance but it has inherent susceptibility to selective phase corrosion and erosion-corrosion. In order to extend the life of NAB components, modern coating techniques are being considered in order to confer improved wear and corrosion resistance, as well as a method of providing cost effective refurbishment.
This paper presents research into erosion and erosion-corrosion of both "as cast" and thermally sprayed NAB. The synergistic effects based on mass loss measurements obtained from pure erosion (E), flow corrosion (C) and erosion-corrosion (T) experiments are presented under a range of energies that relate to maritime operation conditions. The influence of synergy was found to be dependent on flow energy and could be either beneficial or detrimental. The results of this work assist with material selection for controlled or reduced material loss in marine vessels.
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Barik, R.C.
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Wharton, J.A.
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Wood, R.J.K.
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Tan, K.S.
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Stokes, K.R.
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Wood, R.J.K.
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Stokes, K.R.
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Barik, R.C., Wharton, J.A., Wood, R.J.K., Tan, K.S. and Stokes, K.R. (2003) Erosion and erosion-corrosion performance of cast and thermally sprayed nickel-aluminium bronze. RTO AVT Specialists’ Meeting on “The Control and Reduction of Wear in Military Platforms”. 07 - 09 Jun 2003. p. 17 .

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Abstract

Nickel-Aluminum Bronze (NAB) is widely used for propulsion and seawater handling systems in naval platforms. It is selected because of its attractive combination of toughness and shock resistance but it has inherent susceptibility to selective phase corrosion and erosion-corrosion. In order to extend the life of NAB components, modern coating techniques are being considered in order to confer improved wear and corrosion resistance, as well as a method of providing cost effective refurbishment.
This paper presents research into erosion and erosion-corrosion of both "as cast" and thermally sprayed NAB. The synergistic effects based on mass loss measurements obtained from pure erosion (E), flow corrosion (C) and erosion-corrosion (T) experiments are presented under a range of energies that relate to maritime operation conditions. The influence of synergy was found to be dependent on flow energy and could be either beneficial or detrimental. The results of this work assist with material selection for controlled or reduced material loss in marine vessels.

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Published date: 2003
Venue - Dates: RTO AVT Specialists’ Meeting on “The Control and Reduction of Wear in Military Platforms”, 2003-06-07 - 2003-06-09

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Local EPrints ID: 23317
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/23317
PURE UUID: 3ea120b6-3585-4401-bbec-3fe88f80175a
ORCID for J.A. Wharton: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-3439-017X
ORCID for R.J.K. Wood: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0681-9239

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Date deposited: 12 Jul 2006
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 13:06

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