Fluidised Bed Coating (FBC) is a viable and low-cost technique to apply, at ambient temperature, thin adherent ceramic coatings onto metal and non metal substrates. Al 2O 3 films, by virtue of its special thermo-mechanical, chemical, electrical and optical properties, belong to a class of ceramic coatings of particular interest in several manufacturing processes. In this respect, the present paper reviews selected applications in manufacturing of Al 2O 3 coated aluminium substrates. In particular, the use of fluidised bed deposited thin Al 2O 3 films has been reported as surface overlay coatings to improve the fatigue behaviour of aluminium components, as absorption and thermal barrier coatings in sheet laser forming and, finally, as anti-wear protective coatings. Copyright © 2009 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.

Barletta, M., Gisario, A., & Lusvarghi, L. (2009). On the use of Fluidised Bed Coating (FBC) to deposit thin Al 2O 3 films onto metal substrates. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MATERIALS & PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY, 35(3-4), 407-424.

On the use of Fluidised Bed Coating (FBC) to deposit thin Al 2O 3 films onto metal substrates

BARLETTA, MASSIMILIANO;
2009

Abstract

Fluidised Bed Coating (FBC) is a viable and low-cost technique to apply, at ambient temperature, thin adherent ceramic coatings onto metal and non metal substrates. Al 2O 3 films, by virtue of its special thermo-mechanical, chemical, electrical and optical properties, belong to a class of ceramic coatings of particular interest in several manufacturing processes. In this respect, the present paper reviews selected applications in manufacturing of Al 2O 3 coated aluminium substrates. In particular, the use of fluidised bed deposited thin Al 2O 3 films has been reported as surface overlay coatings to improve the fatigue behaviour of aluminium components, as absorption and thermal barrier coatings in sheet laser forming and, finally, as anti-wear protective coatings. Copyright © 2009 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
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