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Digitalisation of Thermal Spray

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Andrei Petrovski

Project Description

Thermal spray coatings significantly increase the remaining useful life of components employed in aerospace, automotive, oil & gas and offshore wind sectors.

The global thermal spray market share is expected to reach US $13 billion by 2024 according to Global Market Insights. Extensive research on various thermal spray techniques had led to their evolution from laboratory scale experiments to full scale industrial deployment.

Partners in a project led by University of Nottingham

Project Acronym DigiTS
Status Project Live
Funder(s) Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council
Value £13,356.00
Project Dates Dec 6, 2021 - Apr 5, 2022

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