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Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University of MOS of Ukraine
56 Ruska Str., 46001, Ternopil, Ukraine. E-mail: Viktor_Synchyshyn@i.ua
Wear resistance and stability of thickness of the layer of metal deposited by the induction method was studied. It is shown that in surfacing using the powder-like solid alloy PG-S1 by ITES heating system (inductor, thermal and electromagnetic shields) with application of horizontal vibration and energy-saving surfacing mode, the wear resistance is 1.4 times increased, stability of deposited metal layer thickness grows by 10 % and deposited metal quality is improved (transformation from coarse- to fine-grained structure), as compared to the technology without horizontal vibration. 14 Ref., 3 Tables, 5 Figures.
Keywords: induction surfacing, thin steel discs, horizontal mechanical vibration, microstructure, wear resistance, thermal and electromagnetic shields, energy-saving mode
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