English, Article edition: APPLICATIONS OF ELECTROPHORETIC DEPOSITION IN THE COATING AND POROUS MATERIALS FABRICATIONS LIANG YAO; CHUANZHONG CHEN; DIANGANG WANG; ...

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  • APPLICATIONS OF ELECTROPHORETIC DEPOSITION IN THE COATING AND POROUS MATERIALS FABRICATIONS
Author
  • LIANG YAO
  • CHUANZHONG CHEN
  • DIANGANG WANG
  • QUANHE BAO
  • JIE MA
  • BIAO QI
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  • Electrophoretic deposition (EPD) is a good method in the fabrication of the coating materials. Its processing parameters are easy to be operate. It is a nonbeeline process and can be used in the deposition on complex shape and porous surface. It has been widely used in many ways. This paper reviews the principles and fabrication steps of EPD and points out the influencing factors. The developments of EPD in the fabrication of materials, such as solid surface coatings, porous structure materials and gradient materials, are introduced in detail. The future of the application of EPD is also discussed.
  • Electrophoretic deposition, coating, film, porous materials, gradient materials
  • RePEc:wsi:srlxxx:v:13:y:2006:i:01:p:103-109
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  • English
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