2016 №10 (03) DOI of Article
2016 №10 (05)

Automatic Welding 2016 #10
Avtomaticheskaya Svarka (Automatic Welding), #10, 2016, pp. 22-27
Influence of high-frequency mechanical vibrations of the item on structure and wear resistance of Kh10R4G2S deposited metal

G.V. Pokhmurskaya1, M.M. Student2, A.A. Vojtovich3, A.Z. Student2 and A.R. Dzyubik3
1Technical University of Chemnitz 09107, Chemniz. E-mail: pokhmurska@mb.tu-chemnitz.de
2G.V. Karpenko Physico-Mechanical Institute, NASU 5 Nauchnaya Str., 79601, Lviv, Ukraine. E-mail: student-m-m@ipm.lviv.ua
3«Lviv Polytechnic» National University 12 Stepan Bandera Str., 79013, Lviv, Ukraine. E-mail: andrsibox@gmail.com
The paper presents the results of studies of the effect of high-frequency (100 Hz) mechanical vibrations on microstructure and wear resistance of metal, deposited with PP Kh10R4G2S wire and OSTs45M flux. It established that when horizontal vibration is used, deposited metal solid solution, uniformly saturated with fine iron-chromium borides (FeCr)B, prevails in the structure. Homogeneous structure improves wear resistance by 2.0–2.5 times. 9 Ref., 1 Table, 5 Figures.
Keywords: surfacing, flux-cored wire, vibration, microstructure, fatigue life, wear pattern
Received:                11.03.16
Published:               23.10.16

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