In this study, FeCrB coatings are deposited by wire arc spraying using powder cored wires to investigate the factors that affect thermal conductivity. Experimental results show that increasing boron content in the wires reduces oxide content in the coatings, which increases thermal conductivity. Annealing also increases thermal conductivity, which can be explained by grain growth and a reduction in porosity.

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