Reaction-Cured Composite Coatings and Glasses
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The development of reaction-cured coatings is a promising direction in the field of the protection of metallic and nonmetallic structural materials (in operation) in aeronautical engineering. The main feature of these coatings is the possibility of forming (firing) them at close to operating temperatures and increasing their temperature stability at the same time.
Key wordshigh-temperature coatings glass silicon tetraboride slurry
The research on reaction-cured coatings for the protection of high-temperature nickel alloys was supported by the RFBR as part of the scientific project No. 18-33-00207mol_a.
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