The experimental measurement of residual stresses originating within thick coatings deposited by thermal spray on solid substrates plays a role of fundamental relevance in the preliminary stages of coating design and process parameters optimization. The hole-drilling method is a versatile and widely used technique for the experimental determination of residual stress in the most superficial layers of a solid body. The consolidated procedure, however, can only be implemented for metallic bulk materials or for homogeneous, linear elastic, and isotropic materials. The main objective of the present investigation was to adapt the experimental method to the measurement of stress fields built up in ceramic coatings/metallic bonding layers structures manufactured by plasma spray deposition. A finite element calculation procedure was implemented to identify the calibration coefficients necessary to take into account the elastic modulus discontinuities that characterize the layered structure through its thickness. Experimental adjustments were then proposed to overcome problems related to the low thermal conductivity of the coatings. The number of calculation steps and experimental drilling steps were finally optimized.

Valente T, Bartuli C, Sebastiani M, & Loreto A (2005). Implementation and development of the incremental hole drilling method for the measurement of residual stress in thermal spray coatings. JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY, 14(4), 462-470 [10.1361/105996305X76432].

Implementation and development of the incremental hole drilling method for the measurement of residual stress in thermal spray coatings

SEBASTIANI, MARCO;
2005

Abstract

The experimental measurement of residual stresses originating within thick coatings deposited by thermal spray on solid substrates plays a role of fundamental relevance in the preliminary stages of coating design and process parameters optimization. The hole-drilling method is a versatile and widely used technique for the experimental determination of residual stress in the most superficial layers of a solid body. The consolidated procedure, however, can only be implemented for metallic bulk materials or for homogeneous, linear elastic, and isotropic materials. The main objective of the present investigation was to adapt the experimental method to the measurement of stress fields built up in ceramic coatings/metallic bonding layers structures manufactured by plasma spray deposition. A finite element calculation procedure was implemented to identify the calibration coefficients necessary to take into account the elastic modulus discontinuities that characterize the layered structure through its thickness. Experimental adjustments were then proposed to overcome problems related to the low thermal conductivity of the coatings. The number of calculation steps and experimental drilling steps were finally optimized.
Valente T, Bartuli C, Sebastiani M, & Loreto A (2005). Implementation and development of the incremental hole drilling method for the measurement of residual stress in thermal spray coatings. JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY, 14(4), 462-470 [10.1361/105996305X76432].
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