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Professor at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. PhD in Materials Science and Materials Engineering, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (2018), with a period at Yale University (USA). MSc in Materials Science and Materials Engineering, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (2015). Major in Materials Engineering, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (2013). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Quasicrystalline alloys present very interesting characteristics for coating applications such as high hardness, low friction coefficient, low superficial adhesion energy (that is, a material with a nonstick property), high corrosion resistance in acid environment, high oxidation resistance and low thermal conductivity. As an example of a promising application field for these alloys as ...
Thermal Barrier Coatings materials (TBC´s) are applied to protect metallic devices which work under high oxidation and wear conditions, due to the elevated working temperatures. TBC´s are traditionally fabricated with a metal/ceramic system where the metallic substrate (in general steel or a nickel alloy) is protected by a ceramic layer which promotes thermal insulation. In the present ...
Quasicrystalline alloys exhibit a variety of interesting properties, including high hardness, low friction coefficient, high corrosion resistance in acid medium, high resistance to oxidation and low thermal conductivity. Such features make the quasicrystalline forming alloys suitable candidates to be used as coatings, for example, in the petrol industry, which has major problems associa...
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