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Synthesis of yttria by aqueous sol-gel route to develop anti-CMAS coatings for the protection of EBPVD thermal barriers

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Anti-CMAS yttria coatings have been prepared by sol-gel routes. Yttria powders with controlled morphology are prepared via auto-combustion of yttrium precursors in a polymerized matrix. The influence of key parameters of the water-based sols is assessed. Indeed, the pH of the initial sol and the temperature of thermal treatment play a major role in the morphology and grain size of yttria powders. To prevent infiltration of CMAS, yttria powders are proposed to be synthesized at pH=1 of the aqueous sol, with drying of the sol and heating at 900 °C. After optimization of the synthesis and deposition conditions via sol-gel route, yttria-based coatings with high specific surface area are obtained. They promote the interaction with melt CMAS and consequently limit the degradation of the thermal barrier coatings situated underneath. It was proved that anti-CMAS yttria coating is effective against the infiltration of CMAS at 1250 °C for 15 min and even 1 h.
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hal-03515008 , version 1 (06-01-2022)

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Elodie Delon, Florence Ansart, Sandrine Nathalie Duluard, Jean-Pierre Bonino, André Malié, et al.. Synthesis of yttria by aqueous sol-gel route to develop anti-CMAS coatings for the protection of EBPVD thermal barriers. Ceramics International, 2016, 42 (12), pp.13704-13714. ⟨10.1016/j.ceramint.2016.05.169⟩. ⟨hal-03515008⟩
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