Adhesion strength of heat-insulating and wear-resistant ceramic coatings on aluminum alloys

Abstract


The paper presents a review of research devoted to the determination of adhesion strength and tendency to cleavage of a wear-resistant heat-insulating layer on aluminum-silicon alloys strengthened by the microarc oxidation method. The possibility of using the microarc oxidation technology for the strengthening of parts made of aluminum-silicon alloys operating under high-temperature conditions and significant thermal deformations in power plant engineering. 


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M. M. Krishtal

Togliatti State University

Author for correspondence.
Email: krishtal@tltsu.ru

Russian Federation

Doctor of Sciences (Engineering)

Professor of the Department “Nanotechnologies, Physical Metallurgy and Mechanics”, Rector 

P. V. Ivashin

Togliatti State University

Email: ivashinpv@rambler.ru

Russian Federation

Candidate of Sciences (Engineering)

Associate Professor of the Department “Power Plants and Control Systems”

A. V. Polunin

Togliatti State University

Email: polfam@mail.ru

Russian Federation

Engineer

D. A. Pavlov

Togliatti State University

Email: Pavlov-DA@mail.ru

Russian Federation

Candidate of Sciences (Engineering)

Associate Professor of the Department “Power Plants and Control Systems”

K. N. Nikerov

Togliatti State University

Email: vorekin@yandex.ru

Russian Federation

Engineer of the Department “Power Plants and Control Systems”

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