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Composition of a thermaly insulating coating system

A composition for a Coating System (paint) which forms an insulating material being designed to both reflect infrared radiation and have reduced thermal conductivity. The coating system may be either a single Thermal Coating or may be a Thermal Coating used in combination with a Thermal Primer. The Thermal Coating is formulated using conventional techniques and a resin used in paint manufacture, but utilizes primary pigments and extender mineral pigments which preferentially reflect in the infra red area of the solar spectrum. A method of characterizing particulate materials for their infra red reflectivity is described, which provides a means for preferential selection of particulate additives based on their relative visible light and infrared reflectivity. Additionally the incorporation of hollow micro-spheres is desired to reduce thermal conductivity. The Thermal Primer is designed to provide adhesion between the Thermal Coating and the substrate on which it is applied and uses conventional techniques to achieve those properties. However it has been found advantageous to incorporate hollow micro-spheres with low thermal conductivity, such as glass, ceramic or polymeric micro-spheres and/or an extender pigment with low thermal conductivity such as calcined clay to further reduce heat flow through the Coating System.

Oxidation barrier coatings for silicon based ceramics

A protective barrier coating system including a diffusion barrier coating and an oxidation barrier coating and method for use in protecting silicon-based ceramic turbine engine components. A complete barrier coating system includes a thermal barrier coating of stabilized zirconia and an environmental barrier coating of an alloyed tantalum oxide. The oxidation barrier coating includes a layer of metallic silicates formed on a substrate of silicon nitride or silicon carbide to be protected. The oxidation barrier coating can include silicates of scandium, ytterbia or yttrium. The oxidation barrier coating may also include an inner layer of Si2ON2 between the diffusion barrier and the metallic silicate layer. The oxidation barrier coating can be applied to the substrate by spraying, slurry dipping and sintering, by a sol-gel process followed by sintering, by plasma spray, or by electron beam-physical vapor deposition. The diffusion layer of essentially pure Si3N4 can be applied to the substrate to prevent the migration of damaging cations from the protective layers to the substrate and is preferably formed by chemical vapor deposition. A method for protecting silicon based substrates can comprise a step of forming an oxidation barrier coating on a substrate, where a step of forming the oxidation barrier includes a step of sintering the oxidation barrier and substrate in a wet gas containing hydrogen.

Aqueous acrylic acid series wooden ware sealing paint and method for preparing special emulsion thereof

The invention relates to aqueous acrylic acid series wooden ware sealing paint and a method for preparing special emulsion thereof. Nano emulsion with small particle diameter and narrow distribution is prepared by using an acrylic acid monomer containing multiple polar groups as a raw material. Multiple aids are added into the emulsion serving as a basic film-forming substance to form the novel aqueous wooden ware sealing paint. The polar functional groups on polymer molecule chains have good wetting property on wood, emulsion particles are easy to permeate into wood fiber conduits and quickly form films in conduit holes, and the paint can effectively prevent the moisture in the aqueous wooden ware paint from permeating into the wood and solves the problem of surface gully caused by the water-swelling wood; and meanwhile, the paint also can effectively seal the substances which are extremely easy to permeate to the outside such as turpentine, tannin and the like acknowledged in the wooden ware industry, and solves common problems for wide application of the aqueous wooden ware paint. The aqueous sealing paint also can be used for a solvent type paint coating system, and effectively prevents a large amount of solvent in the solvent type paint from penetrating into the wood during coating.

Fretting and whisker resistant coating system and method

A coated electrically conductive substrate has particular utility where there are multiple closely spaced leads and tin whiskers constitute a potential short circuit. Such substrates include leadframes, terminal pins and circuit traces such as on printed circuit boards and flexible circuits. This electrically conductive substrate has a plurality of leads separated by a distance capable of bridging by a tin whisker, a silver or silver-base alloy layer coating at least one surface of at least one of the plurality of leads, and a fine grain tin or tin-base alloy layer directly coating said silver layer. An alternative coated electrically conductive substrate has particular utility where debris from fretting wear may oxidize and increase electrical resistivity, such an in a connector assembly. This electrically conductive substrate has a barrier layer deposited on the substrate that is effective to inhibit diffusion of constituents the substrate into a plurality of subsequently deposited layers. The subsequently deposited layers include a sacrificial layer deposited on the barrier layer that is effective to form intermetallic compounds with tin, a low resistivity oxide metal layer deposited on said sacrificial layer, and an outermost layer of tin or a tin-base alloy directly deposited on the low resistivity oxide metal layer. In this alternative embodiment, the barrier layer is preferably nickel or a nickel-base alloy and the low resisitivity oxide metal layer is preferably silver or a silver-base alloy. When heated, the coated substrate of this second embodiment forms a unique structure having a copper or copper-base alloy substrate, an intervening layer formed from a mixture or metals including copper and tin, and an outermost layer which is a mixture of a copper-tin intermetallic containing phase and a silver-rich phase. It is believed that this silver-rich phase is particularly beneficial to reduce an increase in resistivity due to oxidation of fretting wear debris.
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