2018 №03 (06) DOI of Article
2018 №03 (08)

Electrometallurgy Today 2018 #03
Electrometallurgy Today (Sovremennaya Elektrometallurgiya), 2018, #3, 45-51 pages

valuation of feasibility of applying the technology of layer-by-layer forming

I.A. Petrik, S.L. Chigilejchik, Т.A. Mitina, Yu.A. Marchenko, M.O. Gnatenko

JSC «MOTOR SICH».15 Motorostroiteley Ave., 69068, Zaporozhye. E-mail: tb.ugmet@motorsich.com

The work presents a challenging method of manufacture of a wide assortment of large-sized casing titanium parts and components of GTE by using the technology of plasma surfacing with a filler material (wire). Evaluation of structure and mechanical properties of semi-products of titanium alloy parts, produced by growing using the plasma surfacing, was evaluated in comparison with such classic methods of their manufacture as stamping and casting. The economic efficiency of the given technology is shown in comparison with a laser-powder method of growing the semi-products of parts. 5 Ref., 2 Tabl., 13 Fig.
Key words: plasma surfacing; wire; growing; titanium alloys; mechanical properties
Received:                25.06.18
Published:               01.10.18

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