PurposeThermal barrier coatings (TBCs), which are used in high temperature applications of gas turbines, are damaged due to fuels and airborne minerals under working conditions. Stable zirconia coatings, which are usually used as topcoat materials in TBCs, are damaged by interacting at high temperatures with elements such as vanadium and sulfur from low quality fuels. The purpose of this paper is to see the failure mechanism of TBC systems after hot corrosion damages.Design/methodology/approachCoNiCrAlY metallic bond coatings of TBC samples were produced by cold gas dynamic spray method which is a new trend production method and stabilized zirconia ceramic top coating was produced by atmospheric plasma spray method. In total, 50% by weight of V2O5 and 50% Na2SO4 salt mixtures were placed on TBC samples and subjected to hot corrosion test at 1000°C.FindingsHot corrosion behaviors of TBC samples were examined by scanning electron microscopy, elemental mapping analysis, energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry analysis and X-ray diffraction analysis. TBC samples were damaged at the end of 12-h cycles.Originality/valueThe paper provides to understand the mechanism of hot corrosion of TBCs with cold sprayed metallic bond coat.
Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 2, 2019
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