Cumulative Spraying for Coating
Development of a New Technique of Coating Deposition - Cumulative Spraying
Tech Area / Field
- MAN-OTH/Other/Manufacturing Technology
- PHY-NGD/Fluid Mechanics and Gas Dynamics/Physics
3 Approved without Funding
Scientific Research and Design Institute of Precise Instrument Engineering (Delta), Georgia, Tbilisi
Project summaryThe project aims to develop a new technique of coating deposition on backings.
The cumulative technique, in comparison with other methods (detonation, plasmatic, etc.) has following advantages: purity of the sprayed coating, surface area sprayed in a cycle, possibility to spray heavy metals like tungsten.
The new "cumulative spraying" is much more economical than other methods and does not require the special equipment.
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