Atmospheric Plasma Spray Processes: From Micro to Nanostructures

  • Miranda F
  • Caliari F
  • Essiptchouk A
  • et al.
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Atmospheric plasma spray is probably the most versatile of all thermal spraying processes, because there are few limitations either on the materials that can be sprayed or the substrate, in relation to its material, size, and shape. The material precursor of the coating could be in the form of powders, wires, melted materials, solutions, or suspensions. What distinguishes the plasma spray process from other technologies is its applicability and capacity to process a wide variety of materials, including metallic and refractory materials at atmospheric pressure. The coatings properties are improved by deposition of coatings with finer microstructure, which is are more suitable for mechanical and thermal stresses than the lamellar micro-structure of conventional plasma-sprayed coatings.




Miranda, F., Caliari, F., Essiptchouk, A., & Pertraconi, G. (2019). Atmospheric Plasma Spray Processes: From Micro to Nanostructures. In Atmospheric Pressure Plasma - from Diagnostics to Applications. IntechOpen.

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