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Both S and reactive elements can diffuse from the superalloy substrate through the bond coat and potentially influence oxide scale growth and adherence [16]. However, the influence of substrate composition on TBC performance has not yet been systematically studied. 31 The bond coat surface morphology can also play an important role in determining oxide growth characteristics and TBC durability. For example, it has been clearly demonstrated that nucleation of ot-alumina, which is presumably desirable for improved TBC stability, is accelerated by surface roughening of aluminide bond coats [6, 17].

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42 first measurable YSZ spallation was on specimen DY2 between 550 and 600 cycles. However, this mass loss was very small and was caused by localized spallation of YSZ at a specimen edge. Specimen DHS2 exhibited extensive mass loss between 600 and 650 cycles, indicating TBC failure. Specimen DLS2 exhibited extensive mass loss due to TBC failure between 650 - 700 cycles. All three specimens were removed from testing after 700 cycles, due to extensive visual evidence of YSZ spallation from the center of the specimens.

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