Contact Information

Yi-Ming Pan, Ph.D.
(210) 522-6640
ypan@swri.org

Development of Nanostructured Cu-Cr Coatings Images

Image: Cross-section views of IBAD Cu-Cr multilayered coatings

Cross-section views of IBAD Cu-Cr multilayered coatings


Image: Microbalance system for studying high-temperature oxidation and corrosion

Microbalance system for studying high-temperature oxidation and corrosion


Image: Oxidation kinetics of uncoated and IBAD Cu-Cr coated GrCop-84 in air at 650°C

Oxidation kinetics of uncoated and IBAD Cu-Cr coated GrCop-84 in air at 650°C. Right: Mass gain vs. time plot. Left: Mass gain vs. square root of time plot.


Image: Atomic force micrograph of the surface of IBAD multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coating

Atomic force micrograph of the surface of IBAD multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coating


Image: Cross-sectional TEM micrograph of the multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coating

Cross-sectional TEM micrograph of the multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coating


Image: Cross section of IBAD multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coated NARloy-Z after oxidation exposure for 10 minutes in air at 650°C using scanning electron microscopy, (a) 10,000X and (b) 20,000X.

Cross section of IBAD multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coated NARloy-Z after oxidation exposure for 10 minutes in air at 650°C using scanning electron microscopy, (a) 10,000X and (b) 20,000X


Image: Cross-sectional TEM micrograph of IBAD multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coating after air exposure for 10 minutes at 650°C

Cross-sectional TEM micrograph of IBAD multilayered Cu-15 weight percent Cr coating after air exposure for 10 minutes at 650°C


Image: Cross-sectional TEM of multilayered Cu-Cr coating

Cross-sectional TEM of multilayered Cu-Cr coating


Image: Cross-sectional TEM micrographs of Cu-Cr multilayers

Cross-sectional TEM micrographs of Cu-Cr multilayers

Related Terminology

high-temperature materials  •  oxidation resistance  •  protective coating  •  hot corrosion  •  ion beam assisted deposition  •  magnetron sputtering  •  nanostructured coatings  •  hypersonic vehicle

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Yi-Ming Pan, Ph.D., Geosciences & Engineering

(210) 522-6400, ypan@swri.org

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04/15/14