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Figure 17

From: Progress in Bio-inspired Anti-solid Particle Erosion Materials: Learning from Nature but Going beyond Nature

Figure 17

(a) The erosion phenomenon of a fan blade [7]; (b) The erosion behavior of a ceramic nozzle [138]; (c) Conveying pipelines of oil or gas; (d) The erosion phenomenon of a wind turbine blade [144]; (e) Sediment erosion of hydroelectric generator blades [143]; (f) Sand impact on working helicopter blades; (g) The erosion phenomenon of a compressor blade: (i) A blade of compressor [149], (ii) Pits caused by solid particle erosion in the critical zone [149]; (h) The cleaning setup of antireflective glass coatings eroded by a sandstorm; microscope picture of a sample with antireflective coatings after treatment in the sandstorm chamber (inset) [157]

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