The cohesive strength of a coating with a base is studied for different methods of base preparation. A method is suggested which avoids the initiation of stress concentrations which have a deleterious effect on cohesive strength when the coating is loaded. The advantages of this method over others is demonstrated.
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Sokolov, I.K., Eremichev, A.N. Effect of preparation method of a surface for deposition on the cohesive strength of a gas-thermal coating. Powder Metall Met Ceram 32, 122–125 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00560035
- Deleterious Effect
- Stress Concentration
- Preparation Method
- Cohesive Strength
- Base Preparation