electropainting

(redirected from Electrophoretic deposition)
Also found in: Wikipedia.

electropainting

[i′lek·trō‚pānt·iŋ]
(engineering)
Electrolytic deposition of a thin layer of paint on a metal surface which is made an anode.
References in periodicals archive ?
II-45 Exploring the Potential of AC-EPD Method to Create Antibacterial Bioactive Coatings II-45 Overview of Electrophoretic Deposition Process II-45 Application of DC and AC for Deposition II-45 Deposition of Biological Entities II-46 Deposition on 2D or Flat Surfaces II-46 Deposition on 3D Substrates.
Electrophoretic deposition (EPD) is a fast and simple process for depositing particles to form films and coatings.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian materials engineering experts studied the mechanism to increase the stability of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles' suspension by using triethanolamine (TEA) additive, its effect on the electrophoretic deposition process and the properties of the obtained coatings.
Here are 26 research papers from that event, discussing such topics as preparing nano-phase hydroxyapatite by self-propagating high temperature synthesis, bioactive glass in bone tissue engineering, laser processed tantalum for implants, the electrophoretic deposition of soft coatings for orthopedic applications, and injectable biomimetic hydrogels with carbon nano-fibers and novel self-assembled chemistry for myocardial applications.
Electrophoretic deposition of nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite on Ti6[A1.
The (NiCoCrAlY) layer was deposited using the electrophoretic deposition technique, the MgO layer was deposited by the electrolytic deposition technique and the YSZ layer was electrophoretically deposited.
Other topics include electrophoretic deposition of spherical and rod-shaped nanocrystals into close packed superlattices, simulating crystallographic pore growth on III-V semiconductors, production of high aspect ratio single holes in semiconductors, and a plasmaless photoresist removal method in gas phase at room temperature.
Because it is applied by electrophoretic deposition, this new product is particularly suited to the demands of electroplating companies.
These include mechanochemical synthesis [3], combustion preparation [4], electrophoretic deposition [5], sol-gel procedure [6,7], hydrothermal synthesis [8,9] and precipitation from aqueous solution [10].
Another patent, entitled, "Calcium Phosphate Coatings for Coronary Stents by Electrophoretic Deposition," describes an alternative method of establishing uniform microporous HAp coatings on cardiovascular stents, through an electrophoretic deposition (EPD).
The electrophoretic deposition of organic polymers from aqueous or nonaqueous media onto electrically conductive substrates has been extensively investigated (6-8).
Physical Methods, including directional solidification, solid free-form fabrication, microwave processing, electrophoretic deposition, and plasma spraying