This work is devoted to obtaining coatings from M - Cr - Al - Y alloys by the vacuum-plasma method using 10– 103 eV particle energies. In this energy range we can realize predominant precipitation (condensation) of the coating, ionic (dry) etching, or the formation of a diffuse layer on the surface depending on the particle type and the flow intensity to the surface of the treated article.
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Muboyadzhan, S.A., Kablov, E.N. & Budinovskii, S.A. Vacuum-plasma technology for obtaining protective coatings from complex alloys. Met Sci Heat Treat 37, 56–58 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01157044
- Energy Range
- Flow Intensity
- Diffuse Layer
- Protective Coating