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Combined coatings against mechanical wear and corrosion low carbon steel
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Pokorný, P. ; Kolísko, J. ; Vokáč, M. ; Mastný, L. ; Stoulil, J.
In this study, special ceramic coatings were prepared on low carbon steel (1.0060 - EN 10027-2) via the plasma spraying technique using a WSP®-H plasma generator with output of up to 40 kg/h of aluminum oxide. Corundum coatings were deposited directly on the surface of steel plungers equipped with an anti-corrosion interlayer of zinc phosphate. Coating adhesion properties were tested using pin-off tests (modified ISO 4624) and reached a maximum value of 26 MPa. Corrosion resistance was evaluated by measurements of impedance spectra in the 100 kHz - 10 mHz range in a water solution of sodium sulfate. The capacity of electric double-layer varied depending on the porosity and thickness of the coating. Low-porosity coatings of >1.5 mm thickness had RCT 1.29·105 Ω·m2. The abrasive resistance of coatings was measured by rotary/machining test with SiC cutting knives, using a downforce of 50 kg·cm-2. Abrasion losses decreased with the quality of finish - starting at 0.00266 g cm-2 min-1 down to virtually zero losses after polishing the surface below Ra = 0.55 micro m.
Material design problems of plasma-chemical reactors for disposal perfluorinated compounds
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Březina, Václav ; Mastný, L. ; Kubatík, Tomáš František ; Živný, Oldřich
Reduction of perfluorinated gases emissions from semiconductor industry has recently introduced a serious problem from both technological and economic side. With respect to chemistry of the decomposition reactions the most effective abatement techniques developed up to now consists in the interaction of those gaseous pollutants with several types of plasmas. In the framework of Czech-Taiwanese bilateral project No. 17-10246J 'Decomposition of Perfluorinated Compounds and Fluorinated Ozone Depleting Substances' a new plasmochemical reactor design is to be solved. In this reactor the plasma abatement process consisting of interaction of the plasma generated by unique watter stabilized H-WSP plasma torch at temperatures ranging\nfrom 2000 K up to 25,000 K with the treated gases will be carried out. However, the main product generated in the reactor during the steam plasma abatement process is hydrogen fluoride which causes corrosion of almost every construction material. The aim pursued by the work presented is to search for the materials resistant to exposition of HF even at high temperatures. To investigate corrosion resistance of construction materials with thermal stability within temperature interval 2700-3000 °C titan nitride, boron nitride, and silicon carbide have been selected. The samples of those materials have been prepared by spark plasma sintering method and exposed to concentrated solution of hydrofluoric acid for which corrosion rates have been measured
Preparation of spheroidized and nano-structural spinels by the SPPS method
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Lukáč, František ; Medřický, Jan ; Mušálek, Radek ; Mašláni, Alan ; Mastný, L. ; Brodil, R.
Solution Precursor Plasma Spraying (SPPS) method, using hybrid water-stabilised plasma torch (WSP®-H), is presented in this study. Precursor, in a form of a solution of inorganic salts, is injected into the plasma jet, where the temperature can reach up to 25 000 K and a series of reactions lead to the formation of spherical sub-micrometric sized particles. The complete process of evaporating the liquid, crystallization, thermic decomposition, melting and recrystallization takes place in few milliseconds before the particles solidify. Melted nanoparticles can be either directly collected in order to obtain ultrafine powders or deposited onto a substrate to form micro-splats and continuous polycrystalline, and often partially amorphous, coatings. The possibility of continuous and discontinuous changes of stoichiometric composition in tetrahedral and octahedral configurations were analysed for the deposits of MgAl2O4, CoAl2O4 and CoFe2O4 spinels. Furthermore, thin colourful coatings of ruby and modified cobalt oxides were deposited onto ceramic and metallic substrates.
Black Chromia Coatings on Metal Tubes for the Solar Collectors
Brožek, V. ; Mastný, L. ; Novák, M. ; Vilémová, Monika ; Kubatík, Tomáš František
This paper describes the results of the first phase of the study preparation, structure and properties of coatings modification of black chromium oxide on copper, aluminium, iron and zirconium tubes for solar collectors. The coatings are prepared by plasma spraying of liquid chromate method which is known as liquid precursor plasma spraying. Coatings have the function of an energy trap for thermal radiation wavelengths of 1 μm – 3 μm i.e. in the IR region. At the same time, the coating increases the corrosion resistance of metal substrates. The nanometric structure and thickness of the coating depend of the feeding distance and the concentration of chromate precursors. For the deposition of nanometric splats of melt chromiumIII oxide, a new type of feeder that injects precursors into the water stabilized thermal plasma produced by the WSP® generator has been\ndeveloped.\n
Photocatalytic Decomposition of Wastewater from the Production of Explosives
Brom, Petr ; Brožek, Vlastimil ; Březina, Václav ; Hlína, Michal ; Mastný, L. ; Novák, M.
Water stabilized plasma generator WSP® H-500, operating on the principle of Gerdien arc was used for the photocatalytic decomposition of furazan- and picraminate-based explosives. The generator emits intensive radiation in the range of 300-660 nm, which allows not only to activate photocatalysts based on TiO2, but also other semiconductor oxides with a narrower band gap, such as tungsten oxide. The photocatalytic decomposition of sewage and slurries containing the potassium salt of 4-hydroxy-4,6-dihydro-5,7- dinitrobenzofurazane-3-oxide (KDNBF) or sodium picraminate (NaC6H4N3O5) was performed using the anatase paste and newly developed photocatalyst produced by the company Precheza a.s. The photocatalytic reactor was built using a quartz tube coil with an internal volume of 650 ml, with a nominal size of the irradiated area of 7.5 dm2 (value reduced by the area of the gaps between coil turns) to enable the flow the processing solution or suspension of up to 10 l / min. The centre of the coil is exposed to the plasma jet with the intensity\nof 80 kW; of which 15 kW is transformed into the light radiation. 11% of the radiation output was used for the presented experiments. The time of exposition was 45 mins and 20 l of solution were treated. In the case of KDNBF, 90% of the compound was decomposed. Moreover, 100% of sodium picraminate were decomposed after 15 minutes into low-molecular inorganic compounds. Advantage of the assembly is the ability to treat highly dangerous chemical compounds in a closed cycle and test selective catalyst
Black Chromia Plating for the Solar Radiation Absorbers
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Březina, Václav ; Brom, Petr ; Kubatík, Tomáš František ; Vilémová, Monika ; Mastný, L. ; Novák, M.
Black chromia layers were produced on copper, zirconium and aluminium substrates. These layers are aimed to serve as solar collectors. Efficiency of the layers during UV-VIS, UV radiation and WSP® plasma torch radiation is described. The chromia layers were prepared by a new procedure, i.e. deposition of ammonium dichromate solution using plasma torch or so called Liquid Precursor Plasma Spraying (LPPS). Solution of ammonium dichromate is fed into plasma stream, where dissociation takes place under temperatures of 4000 K – 25000 K. Up to nanometric oxide particles can be produced; the resulting size is dependent on solution concentration and feeding nozzle diameter. The particles impact on substrate and form coating. Using 2 wt.% to 5 wt.% solution of ammonium dichromate and feeding nozzle of 0.2 mm in diameter is the size of produced chromia particles about 6 µm which results in formation of 2 µm to 3 µm thick coating, i.e. according to the theory an optimal thickness 2.5 um for absorption layers, necessary condition for formation energy traps for IR radiation emitters up to 100°C. Moreover, black chromia coating is a suitable corrosion barrier of metallic substrates. \n\n
Boronized stainless steel with zirconia coatings
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Kolísko, J. ; Kubatík, Tomáš František ; Mastný, L. ; Pokorný, P. ; Tej, P.
Conditions of boronizing are described using a reactive diffusion method of boron from boron carbide and lanthanum hexaboride so that the formation of Fe2B is preferred to FeB which is more brittle and whose structure does not satisfy the conditions for perfect adhesion of modified zirconia ceramics. Perfectly rigid adhesive connection of needle-like embedded interlayers Fe2B in steel AISI 303 prepared by reactive diffusion of a boronizing medium without activators at 1000 ° C and exposure of 2-4 hours has the value of 20 - 24 MPa at the Pinn-off test.Ceramic coatings from Al2O3-ZrO2 ceramics formed on those interlayers have the value of bond strength up to 14 - 20 MPa.Thermal cycling between 100°C - 600 °C confirmed good adhesion of coatings with the underlying steel.During thermal cycling at elevated temperatures (600-1000 °C) there occurs a statistically significant number of faults in cohesion and mechanical destruction of the coatings. One of the reasons are secondary changes
Chemical aspects of antiballistic cermets preparation
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Kubatík, Tomáš František ; Chráska, Tomáš ; Mušálek, Radek ; Janata, Marek ; Mastný, L.
The paper aims to demonstrate the possibilities of metal-ceramic material deposition on different types of metal or ceramic substrates using plasma deposition. A number of self-supporting components and the preparation of metal-braced composites are described and the results of plasma depositions of two particular extremely hard ceramic materials, boride and nitride of titanium are presented. The plasma deposition of these material is performed in technological conditions which prevent undesirable high-temperature oxidation. The paper describes deposition conditions that may lead to materials suited to create anti-ballistic protection and complicated shapes or improve parameters of surface layers of present anti-ballistic ceramics.
Silicon carbide for chemical application prepared by SPS method
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Kubatík, Tomáš František ; Vilémová, Monika ; Mušálek, Radek ; Mastný, L.
Silicon carbide discovered more than 121 years ago has a wide usage in the mechanical engineering industry as well as in electrical engineering.It is an excellent abrasive medium as well as a construction material with high resistance to mechanical and chemical deterioration.Under standard condition, silicon carbide has no melting point (decomposes at 2700 °C – principle used for industrial production of silicon),thus the bulk form must be prepared in a composite form with a metallic, ceramic or polymer binder. This method is suitable for tailoring of mechanical properties; nevertheless,it does not produce SiC form applicable for laboratory purposes.Binder-free sintering of SiC is practically impossible, despite decreased chemical resistivity of the produced material. Pure SiC is insoluble in all acids except hydrofluoric acid.Reaction of SiC with HF is enabled only due to residual SiO2 created during the industrial production.However, SiO2 located between the planes of growth of SiC
Composites of titanium carbide with scandium matrix
Brožek, Vlastimil ; Pala, Zdeněk ; Vilémová, Monika ; Kubatík, Tomáš František ; Mušálek, Radek ; Nevrlá, Barbara ; Mastný, L.
First reference about existence of ultrahard composite in the TiC-ScCx system was made by G.V. Samsonov in the year 1962. Further research performed on ICT Prague and University of Vienna proved a discrepancy in the structure and stoichiometry of scandium carbide. Analogously to cubic carbides and nitrides of 3rd period metals, Scandium was also expected to have extreme hardness, high chemical stability and to enable solid solution formation (Vegard rule) with controlled regulation of physical parameters. Higher hardness of the cubic carbides is related to the decrease of lattice parameter, thus is was expected that smaller atomic radius of Sc in TixSc1-xC solid solution will lead to increase in hardness. However it was discovered that scandium carbide differs chemically as well as structurally, e.g. Sc15C19 is hydrolyzed and the product of the reaction is hydrogen, allylen and other hydrocarbons. Due to high price of Sc compounds, CVD and PVD layers of TiAlN or TiScAlN on sintered

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