Failure mechanisms during thermal cycling of plasma sprayed Zr02-Y203 TBC's and the effect of a pre-oxidized NiCrAlY bond coat

M.F.J. Koolloos, J.M. Houben

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    Abstract

    The failure mechanism of thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) subjected to a thermal load is still not entirely understood. Thermal stresses and/or oxidn. cause the coating to fail and hence must be minimized. We sprayed TBCs up to 1.0 mm with a high intrinsic strength, withstanding the high thermal stresses during thermal cycling and lowering the interface temp. Further more, we gave the bondcoat a pre-oxidizing treatment before applying a topcoat. The bond strength and the behavior during three different thermal loads of the pre-oxidized TBCs are compared with a std. duplex TBC. With FEM-calcns. the occurring stresses during thermal shock are calcd. Bondcoat oxidn. and interface roughness are implemented. It is concluded that the TBCs, applied during this research, exhibit excellent thermal shock resistance and that a pre-oxidizing treatment of the bondcoat increases the lifetime during thermal loading. The FE-model gives a first impression of the failure mechanisms during thermal loading, but further development is required
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationGas turbine materials technology : proceedings from materials solutions '98, Rosemont, Ill., October 12-15, 1998
    EditorsP.J. Maziasz
    Place of PublicationMaterials Park, Ohio
    PublisherASM International
    Pages87-91
    ISBN (Print)0-87170-628-8
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

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