Use of undercoats to improve the adhesion of plasma-sprayed antifriction deposits to the basis metal
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A study was made of the adhesion of spray deposited molybdenum and nickel aluminide undercoats of various thicknesses.
It is shown that the use of a nickel aluminide undercoat enables the strength of adhesion of a plasma-sprayed antifriction deposit containing molybdenum disulfide as solid lubricant to be increased by about 30%.
KeywordsNickel Molybdenum Disulfide Basis Metal Molybdenum Disulfide
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