This paper describes a coating process, called internal centrifugal projection coating, in which rotating additive materials and substrate surfaces are melted by an electron beam to facilitate adhesion. It explains that the process was developed mainly to apply coatings inside engine bores and examines the microstructure of a molybdenum coating centrifugally projected onto an aluminum substrate. Paper includes a German-language abstract.

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