Response to Comment on “Adiabatic shear instability is not necessary for adhesion in cold spray”
Author(s)Hassani Gangaraj, Seyyed Mostafa; Veysset, David Georges; Champagne, Victor; Nelson, Keith Adam; Schuh, Christopher A
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In our original paper, Acta Materialia 158 (2018) 430–439, we showed that adiabatic shear instability is not necessary for impact-induced jetting and bonding to occur in cold spray. We also developed a mechanistic framework to estimate the critical velocity for jetting on the basis of a hydrodynamic spall process. In their comment, Scripta Materialia xx (2018) xx-xx, Assadi et al. raised several questions about the versatility of our framework in capturing cold spray-related physical phenomena. Here, we demonstrate that not only can our mechanistic framework explain cold spray physical phenomena such as particle size effects, strength effects and temperature effects, but also it can be used to quantify them.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Materials Science and Engineering; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Chemistry
Hassani-Gangaraj, Mostafa et al. 'Response to Comment on “Adiabatic shear instability is not necessary for adhesion in cold spray”.' Scripta Materialia 162 (March 2019): 515-519. © 2018 Acta Materialia Inc.
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