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- Thermal spray: the best thing since sliced bread?
- Berndt, C. C.
- This article discusses thermal spray technology. Thermal spray's microstructure sometimes provokes skepticism about the suitability of thermal spray to a particular application. Questions about such issues as surface roughness and tensile strength are apt to arise. As a practical matter, though, thermal spray has a good track record.
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- Advanced Materials and Processes, Vol. 165, no. 11 (Nov 2007), p. 100
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- Anti-corrosives; Corrosion; Materials science; Metal spraying; Metals; Surface roughness; Surfaces; Thermal spray
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