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Elias Aschauer

Elias Aschauer
TU Wien | TU Wien · Institute of Materials Science and Technology

PhD

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Fatigue failure through sustained loading of ductile materials manifests in irreversible motion of dislocations, followed by crack initiation and growth. This contrasts with the mechanisms associated with brittle ceramics, such as nanostructured physical vapor deposited thin films, where inhibited dislocation mobility typically leads to interface-c...
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Diffusion driven high-temperature oxidation is one of the most important failure mechanisms of protective thin films in industrial applications. Within this study, we investigated the diffusion of oxygen at 800 to 1100 °C through nano-laminated crystalline Ti-Al-N and amorphous Mo-Si-B based multilayer coatings. The most prominent oxygen diffusion...
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The present study investigates the performance of four selected PVD coating materials in application near hot-forming procedure of Al-Si coated 22MnB5 steel sheets. These are: a Ti0.57Al0.43N/Mo-Si-B multilayer, a TiN base layer having a Mo-Si-B top layer, a DLC, and an Al-Cr-O coating. We determined the amount of adherent material (after the hot-f...
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In order to analyse the main failure mechanism of multilayered coating material in oxidative environments, we separately investigated the cross-sectional strain/stress evolution induced by thermal loads and oxidation for the Ti-Al-N/Mo-Si-B model system. The bilayer period (Λ) of the crystalline Ti-Al-N/amorphous Mo-Si-B layers was varied between 2...
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Abstract Mo-Si-B alloys came into the focus of research activities as an extremely creep resistant material for high temperature oxidative environments. Here, we studied the mechanical, microstructural, and chemical changes of physical vapour deposited protective Ti-Al-N/Mo-Si-B multilayer coatings during annealing in inert and oxidative atmosphere...
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Nano-composites often represent a challenge for spatially resolved analysing methods. The overlap of specific signals, for example in the mass-to-charge spectrum during atom probe tomography (APT) analysis or the intersection of electron energy loss edges in electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS), leads to highly challenging results. Therefore, a...
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State of the art mechanical engineering is in need of high temperature and oxidation resistant materials. Major aspects in the design of highly oxidation resistant coatings are the formation of a continuous, non-volatile oxide scale, the adherence of this scale as well as retarded transport mechanisms within the scale. Considering these criteria co...

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