The aim of this work is to develop an analytical methodology for the analysis and prediction of high-velocity suspension flame spraying (HVSFS) under various operating conditions, to determine the effect of individual parameters on the process, and to aid and promote the design of HVSFS torches. A key aspect of the work is the development of a model that accounts for fuel gas combustion, evaporation of organic solvents, and heat, momentum, and mass transfer between the flame and suspension droplets.

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