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1 MAT - Centre des Matériaux 2 NPL - National physical laboratory 3 UNIVERSITé DE BIRMINGHAM - Université de Birmingham

Abstract : A novel mechanistic approach is proposed for the prediction of the life of thermal barrier coating TBC systems. The life prediction methodology is based on a criterion linked directly to the dominant failure mechanism. It relies on a statistical treatment of the TBC-s morphological characteristics, non-destructive stress measurements and on a continuum mechanics framework to quantify the stresses that promote the nucleation and growth of microcracks within the TBC. The last of these accounts for the effects of TBC constituents- elasto-visco-plastic properties, the stiffening of the ceramic due to sintering and the oxidation at the interface between the thermally insulating yttria stabilized zirconia YSZ layer and the metallic bond coat. The mechanistic approach is used to investigate the effects on TBC life of the properties and morphology of the top YSZ coating, metallic low-pressure plasma sprayed bond coat and the thermally grown oxide. Its calibration is based on TBC damage inferred from non-destructive fluorescence measurements using piezo-spectroscopy and on the numerically predicted local TBC stresses responsible for the initiation of such damage. The potential applicability of the methodology to other types of TBC coatings and thermal loading conditions is also discussed.

Keywords : TBC Finite element modelling Life prediction model MCrAlY

Autor: Esteban P. Busso - L. Wright - H.E. Evans - L. Mccartney - S.R.J Saunders - S. Osgerby - J. Nunn -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/


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