Author:Peskova Anna Sergeevna, Vinogradova Tatyana Sergeevna, Farmakovsky Boris Vladimirovich, Ulin Igor Vsevolodovich, Yurkov, Maxim Anatolyevich, Sholkin Sergey Evgenievich, Mikheeva Margarita Nikolaevna

Institute:Central Research Institute of Structural Materials “Prometheus”

The quasi-crystalline alloy based on the Al-Cu-Fe system is a unique material that has nanostructural properties and is an excellent choice for applying a wear-resistant coating. This alloy, combining the features of a crystalline and amorphous structure, provides increased hardness, strength and corrosion resistance.

The use of this quasi-crystalline alloy for coating can significantly increase the service life and wear resistance of various materials and surfaces. It has high adhesion, which ensures resistance to mechanical stress and deformation of the coating.

In addition, the nanostructured structure of the alloy provides unique coating properties such as minimal friction, effective scratch protection and resistance to high temperatures. In addition, the alloy has a high degree of thermal stability, which allows it to be used in conditions of elevated temperatures and aggressive chemical environments.

The use of a quasi-crystalline alloy based on the Al-Cu-Fe system as a nanostructured coating opens up new opportunities in the field of engineering and industry. It can be used to protect various surfaces, including metals, plastics, ceramics and other materials.

In general, the quasi-crystalline alloy of the Al-Cu-Fe system is an innovative material that provides a high degree of protection and wear resistance of surfaces while observing the nanoscale structure of the coating. The use of this alloy will help to improve the quality and durability of various products in many areas of industry.

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