eBook 13: Thin Films 3: Spray Coating Experiments - Setups and Methodologies
In order to meet the specific requirements of objects, tools, and structures designed for particular applications, materials play a crucial role. However, it is challenging for one material to meet all the necessary requirements for a specific application. This is where coatings come in as an alternative. Coatings can be used to enhance the properties of a material and customize it to the specific requirements of an application. Coatings work like other processes, such as heat treatments or alloying, to enhance the material’s properties.
In this eBook, the 13th from a series of eBooks, you will read about several spray coating experiments, including scalable fabrication of multilayer dielectric elastomer actuators, thick polymer films with self-healing, UV-protection, and anti-fog properties, and more.
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Spray coating experiments: Setups and methodologies
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