|About this Abstract
||2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Recent Developments in Biological, Structural and Functional Thin Films and Coatings
||The Wetting Behavior of Fe-Si and Fe-Mn Alloy with Al-10%Si Coating
||Wende Dan, Guangxin Wu, Bo Zhang, Qing Du, Weidong Hu, Jieyu Zhang, Wangjun Peng
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High-strength steel possesses excellent strength, toughness, wear resistance and weld-ability, and therefore, are widely used in various fields. Because the high strength steel contains highly content of Mn and Si, always leading to quality problem for the process of hot-dip aluminum coating. In this work, we applied improved sessile drop method, selected some characteristic systems to measure the change in contact angle and diameter of Al-10%Si droplets wetting on a quality of Mn (0wt%, 0.6 wt%, 1.6wt%, 2.6wt%) and Si (0wt%, 0.5 wt%, 1.5wt% 2.5wt%). Then the microstructure and composition of interfacial layer are analyzed by SEM/EDS, the phase composition is analyzed by XRD. Meanwhile, combining the theory of interfacial reaction thermodynamics, the role of interfacial reaction on the wettability is revealed. The results showed that the contact angle is increasing with the contents of Si increasing. However, the contact angle is decreasing with the contents of Mn increasing.
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