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- Thermal conductivity of a zirconia thermal barrier coating
Slifka, Andrew J.;
Filla, B. James;
Phelps, John M.;
Bancke, G. A.;
Berndt, Christopher C.
- The conductivity of a thermal-barrier coating composed of atmospheric plasma sprayed 8 mass percent yttria partially stabilized zirconia has been measured. This coating was sprayed on a substrate of 410 stainless steel. An absolute, steady-state measurement method was used to measure thermal conductivity from 400 to 800 K. The thermal conductivity of the coating is 0.62 W/(m x K). This measurement has shown to be temperature independent.
- Publication Type
- Journal article
- Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, Vol. 7, no. 1 (Mar 1998), pp. 43-46
- Publication Year
Thermal barrier coatings;
Thermal conductivity of solids;
Thermal variables measurement;
Yttria partially stabilized zirconia;
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- Copyright © ASM International 1998.
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