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Rakoch A.G.,itional Technological Research University | Gladkova A.A.,itional Technological Research University | Kovalev V.L.,itional Technological Research University | Seferyan A.G.,itional Technological Research University
Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces | Year: 2013

It is shown that heating of an internal layer of microarc coating up to temperatures at which insignificant rates of heat removal from microdischarges that possess a temperature of no less than 1200 C are ensured leads to realization of a sufficient time interval for the occurrence of almost 100% transformation of low-temperature aluminum-oxide modifications into high-temperature ones. Insufficient heating of a number of areas of the coating to these temperatures is the main reason for formation of a composite microarc coating that contains both low- and high-temperature aluminum-oxide modifications in its internal layer. © 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source

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