Exploring complicated ceramic coatings and ultra-high temperature ceramic fabrics, this factor brings readers updated with vital new and rising findings, fabrics, and purposes. the 19 papers during this factor originate from symposia and one targeted consultation held in January 2012, throughout the thirty sixth overseas convention on complex Ceramics and Composites (ICACC). With contributions from major ceramics and fabrics researchers from worldwide, this factor explores the most recent advances and key demanding situations in complex thermal and environmental coating processing and characterizations, complicated put on corrosion-resistant, nanocomposite, and multi-functional coatings, thermal safety structures, and more.
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The progressive erosion of columns takes place by crack propagation at the interface between the densified layer and the as deposited columnar structure. The thickness of this upper dense layer increases with the impingement speed and the size of particles. Moreover, away from the maximum erosion area, for coarse powder at low speed also mode I damage mechanism is observed (see Figure 8). In this case, when particles impact on EB-PVD TBC surface with a sufficiently low speed, the response of the TBC is only elastic and cracking parallel to the surface are caused by tensile stresses promoted by the elastic waves propagating forward and backward along each single columns all around the impingement site.