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Title: Asymmetrical Bonding in Cold Spraying of Dissimilar Materials
Authors: Assadi, H
Nikbakht, R
Kheirandish, S
Seyedein, SH
Jodoin, B
Keywords: Cold spray;Dissimilar Bonding;Finite Element Modelling;Deformation;NiTi intermetallic
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Applied Surface Science
Abstract: Characteristics of particle bonding, especially for dissimilar materials, remains a key question in cold spray deposition. There are limited reports in direct correlation to particle/substrate bonding and peripheral shear zones. Cold spraying experiments and numerical simulations are conducted to characterise and analyse the correlation between bonding and peripheral shear zones for asymmetric particle/substrate pairs of intermetallicforming elements of nickel and titanium. The correlation between metallic bonding and highly strained areas is explored in view of the growth of the intermetallic phase at the particle/substrate interface during subsequent heat treatments.Characterisation of the as-sprayed samples reveal that for the Ni(particle)/Ti(substrate) pair, plastic deformation of the particle is dominating over substrate deformation. However, for the Ti(particle)/Ni(substrate) pair, it is observed that the substrate and particle deform to similar extents. Characterisation of the samples after a brief heat treatment at 700°C indicate that intermetallic formation, and hence metallurgical bonding of the pairs is more likely to occur at the particle peripheries where the interface areas are highly strained, and rarely achieved at the particle base. Results also reveal that bonding extends from peripheries toward the central part of the interfaces with increasing the impact velocity. The kinetics of interfacial intermetallic formation at peripheral areas and its correlation to particle bonding is discussed in view of deformation-enhanced interdiffusion.
ISSN: 0169-4332
Appears in Collections:Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Embargoed Research Papers

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