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The device 1 comprising a liquid fuel fired combustion chamber 2 , a de-Laval section 4 , a powder injector block 9 with powder injectors 8 and a barrel 7 all arranged around and along an axis A. The powder injector block 9 comprises at least four powder injectors 8 arranged in an equal circumferential distance around the axis A and an exchangeable hot gas section insert 10 inside the powder injector block 9 designed as a cylindrical bush with at least four openings 11 said openings 11 arranged in an equal circumferential distance around the axis A in the cylinder, wherein the bush 10 is fixed by the at least four powder injectors 8 extending through said openings GTs can be either used in order to produce a constant amount of electricity over a long period of time, as so-called "base loaders", or they can be used in order to level the differences between the electricity production of rather constant sources Nuclear, GT base loaders etc.

Thermal Spray Fundamentals : From Powder to Part

The applicant of the present application has filed a so far not yet published European patent application Application number: This implies limitations in deposition rate, sensitivity to asymmetries in spray spot geometry due to only C2 symmetry class , time consuming retooling in case of e. Shocks and therefore thermodynamic losses for standard setup could be clearly demonstrated by means of CFD Computational Fluid Dynamic simulations at any sudden transition in cross- section phases and edges. A second feature of the device according to the present invention is the arrangement of an exchangeable insert 10 into the flow section of the injector block 9 in order to reduce maintenance costs and to improve the maintainability of the HVOF burner's injector block 9.

The following advantages could be reached: The modified injector block was implemented into the existing equipment within few minutes, uses the standard parameter set as well as the standard robot program solely the amount of repetitions has needed adjustment and obtains the same deposition efficiency when compared to the standard setup.

The de- Laval section 4 of the device 1 can be improved by several options, which are described as the following embodiments: 1. Device 1 for High Velocity Oxygen Fuel HVOF thermal spraying process for coating a component, comprising a liquid fuel fired combustion chamber 2 , a de-Laval section 4 , a powder injector block 9 with powder injectors 8 and a barrel 7 all arranged around and along an axis A ,.

Device according to claim 1 , characterized in that the cylindrical bush 10 comprises a guiding groove 12 for a definite orientation of said bush 10 around the axis A and that the bush 10 is inserted from the outside of the powder injector block 9. Device according to claim 1 , characterized in that de-Laval section 4 has a bell-shaped design. Device according to claim 3, characterized in that the bell-shaped de- Laval section 4 is combined with a cylindrical barrel 7. Device according to claim 3, characterized in that the bell-shaped de- Laval section 4 is combined with a conical barrel 7.

Laval section 4 is combined with a full conical design of the powder injector block 9. Device according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that it is usedting gas turbine components. Device according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that it is usedlying metallic protective coatings of the MCrAIY type. EP EPA1 en USA1 en. EPA1 en. JPA en. KRA en. CNB en. CAA1 en.

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