Feasibility of luminescent multilayer sol-gel thermal barrier coating manufacturing for future applications in through-thickness temperature gradient sensing

Abstract : This paper investigates the feasibility of manufacturing sol-gel multilayer thermal barrier coatings (TBC) functionalized with different lanthanide ions Ln3 + having distinct photo-luminescence emission wavelengths (Ln = Sm, Eu, Dy, Er, Tm) for future applications in temperature gradient sensing. Ln3 + doped 9.75 mol% yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) powders were produced to study the effect of activator concentration on luminescence intensity and host matrix crystal structure. Self-quenching was found to limit the maximum signal-to-noise ratio achievable with Sm3 +, Dy3 +, Er3 + and Tm3 + activators, which was not the case for Eu3 + in the 1–10 mol% range. The increase in activator was found to affect the crystal structure of YSZ. A solution was proposed that suppressed this effect while significantly increasing the luminescence intensity of all activators. Finally a TBC sensor prototype integrating Eu3 +, Er3 + and Dy3 + doped layers distributed throughout the thickness was successfully deposited by a dip-coating sol-gel process and showed promising through-thickness luminescence sensing capabilities.
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Etienne Copin, Thierry Sentenac, Yannick Le Maoult, Fabien Blas, Florence Ansart, et al.. Feasibility of luminescent multilayer sol-gel thermal barrier coating manufacturing for future applications in through-thickness temperature gradient sensing. Surface and Coatings Technology, Elsevier, 2014, vol. 260, pp. 90-96. ⟨10.1016/j.surfcoat.2014.08.077⟩. ⟨hal-01168182⟩

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