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Assessment of TBC oxidation-induced degradation using compression tests

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Compression tests at room temperature are used to estimate the critical strain to spallation of EBPVD thermal barrier coating deposited on Ni based single crystals for blades used in aero-engines. The observation of fracture surfaces allows for investigating the location of delamination events leading to spallation, the eventual porosity at bond coat-alumina interface and kinetics of damage evolution. The effect of isothermal oxidation at 1,100 °C is presented for standard or low sulfur AM1 superalloy, and coating process variants. The degradation is shown to depend on the thermal-mechanical loading and varies from isothermal oxidation, cyclic oxidation and thermal-mechanical fatigue with hold time. These observations are consistent with the damage observed in blades in engine tests or in service. These tests are a useful complement to standard cyclic oxidation tests to identify engineering lifetime models.
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hal-00950532 , version 1 (21-02-2014)

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Luc Rémy, Catherine Guerre, Isabelle Rouzou, Régine Molins. Assessment of TBC oxidation-induced degradation using compression tests. Oxidation of Metals, 2014, 81, pp.3-15. ⟨10.1007/s11085-013-9416-9⟩. ⟨hal-00950532⟩
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