Electrochemical synthesis of nickel-based composite coatings and foil reinforced with nanosized aluminum oxide is reported. Ni-Al2O3 composites with different content of the modifying phase were prepared by chemical dispersion of aluminum oxide using the “from above down” principle. The influence of the aluminum oxide concentration in the electrolyte on the physicomechanical properties of the reinforced foil was determined. Incorporation of reinforcing phase particles into the metal matrix leads to a decrease in the grain size and enhances by a factor of 2–6 the strength characteristics of the coatings and foil. The topography of the surface and the cross section profile of the composites were examined, and the influence of these characteristics on the properties of the materials was determined.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: May 26, 2015
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