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The degradation of mechanical properties was caused by dispersed monazite-type LaPC>4 particles. Monazite-type LaP04 materials have poor mechanical properties and weak bonding between oxides10. Actually, mechanical properties of PECSed monolithic Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Interfaces II ■ 23 Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Zirconia/Monazite-Type LaP0 4 Nanocomposites Figure 5. % LaP04. 9 MPa of flexural strength. Young's modulus can not be measured by range error. Mechanical properties of 3YSZ/LaP04 nanocomposites were decreased due to dispersed monazite-type LaP04 particles.
This appears to be very thick for the low bondcoat temperature (< 980°C) and the short time at temperature (< 100 h). On the other hand the ß-phase depleted zone in the top of the bondcoat is very thin. A depleted zone is typically seen in TBC bondcoats as the TGO is mainly AI2O3 which is formed from the Al of the ß-phase (mainly NiAl). The reason for the thin depleted zone can be identified if the TGO is analyzed in more detail. Fig. 6 shows a SEM micrograph of a Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Interfaces II · 33 Corrosion Behavior of New Thermal Barrier Coatings YSZ/La2Zr207 system and an EDX spectra of the indicated area after cycling with NaCl addition.
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