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- Real-time imaging of the plasma spray process: work in progress
- Brogan, Jeffrey A.; Berndt, C. C.; Smith, W. C. S.; Gansert, Robert V.; Raghu, Surya; Sampath, Sanjay; Herman, Herbert
- A LaserStrobe Control Vision system was employed to examine water-stabilized plasma (WSP), gas-stabilized plasma (GSP), and single-wire arc plasma (SWAP) technologies. Visualization of the plasma spray process in each of these technologies has been made possible, in some instances, for the first time. Parameter optimization for the three processes was accomplished. This technology has significantly added to the theoretical and scientific knowledge of plasma diagnostics and plasma processing.
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- Journal article
- Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, Vol. 4, no. 4 (Dec 1995), pp. 374-376
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- Calculations; Flow patterns; Gas stabilized plasma; Imaging systems; Laser applications; LaserStrobe control vision system; Molten particle impact dynamics; Optimization; Particle flow trajectories; Particle substrate interaction; Particles; Particulate matter; Plasma diagnostics; Plasma particle interactions; Plasma spraying; Plasma torches; Single wire arc plasma; Synchronization; Velocity measurement; Visualization; Water stabilized plasma
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- Copyright © ASM International 1995.
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