Coating Stress

Definition - What does Coating Stress mean?

Coating stress is the amount of stress present in a material's coating. The stress of coatings should be accurately measured in order to determine its durability and performance.

Through the determination of coating stress, enhanced component life and reduced operational cost in the long run can be achieved by fighting the effects of damage and corrosion.

Corrosionpedia explains Coating Stress

Stresses in coatings affect wear resistance and adhesion. Therefore, the coating industry strives to develop coatings that are resistant to corrosion and other forms of damage. This is performed through accurate measurement of stress levels and date analysis as well as interpretation.

The proper amount of coating stress contributes to the efforts of developing high wear resistance and low-friction coatings for various applications, particularly in vehicles and aircraft. Reducing wear and friction in a vehicle, specifically in engines and drive trains, can greatly lessen energy losses, resulting in better petroleum displacement.

Evaluation of coatings is made possible through the development of refined microscopic techniques to determine stress profiles for different applications. This leads to the development of processing protocol in coatings to determine reliable coatings for specific systems and purposes.

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