Combating Wear of ASTM A36 Steel by Surface Modification Using Thermally Sprayed Cermet Coatings

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Vineet Shibe; Vikas Chawla;

Thermal spray coatings can be applied economically on machine parts to enhance their requisite surface properties like wear, corrosion, erosion resistance, and so forth. Detonation gun (D-Gun) thermal spray coatings can be applied on the surface of carbon steels to impr... View more
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