Accession Number:

ADA433177

Title:

Usage of supersonic Cold Gas-Dynamic Spraying (CGDS) for Obtaining a Catalytic Coatings for Systems of Steam Reforming of Fuel and Chemical Heat Recovery

Descriptive Note:

Conference paper

Corporate Author:

LENINETZ HOLDING CO NIPGS SAINT PETERSBURG (RUSSIA) HYPERSONIC SYSTEM RESEARCH INST

Report Date:

2003-10-20

Pagination or Media Count:

8.0

Abstract:

The problem of development of new technologies dedicated for creation of materials which are capable to ensure implementation of active thermal protection of a HFV unique propulsion system, systems of directional power transmission and protection against radiation is one of the major ones among the problems of HFV creation. The complex of problems related to materials for creation of hypersonic flight vehicles includes development of catalytic materials for the power unit materials with high heat conductivity for systems of active thermal protection materials with high thermal stability for the combustion chamber of a new type materials for magnetoplasmachemical engine MPCE magnetic materials for creation of a MPCE duct materials for protection against electromagnet radiation. Now among the priority directions in the field of materials technology the development of materials with non-equilibrium structure - amorphous nanocrystal and intermetallic compounds of a catalytic class for creation of thermochemical reactors and amorphous materials- solders for constructions creation are being developed most of all. The feature of the indicated classes of materials is a qualitatively new level of mechanical physicochemical, magnetic and other properties that provides a considerable expansion of their functional capabilities and usage in many areas of industry. The majority of developers of the indicated materials mention the close relation of the properties with technologies of their obtaining.

Subject Categories:

  • Physical Chemistry
  • Coatings, Colorants and Finishes
  • Fluid Mechanics

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE