|2019 №10 (02)||DOI of Article
|2019 №10 (04)|
Avtomaticheskaya Svarka (Automatic Welding), #10, 2019, pp. 22-27
Effect of horizontal mechanical vibration on deposited metal service properties
Ch.V. Pulka, M.I. Pidgurskiy, V.S. Senchishin, M.V. Sharik, V.Ya. Gavrilyuk
Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University of MOS of Ukraine. 56 Ruska Str., 46001, Ternopil. 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 at surfacing with powderlike hard 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 increases 1.4 times, stability of deposited metal layer thickness – by 10% and deposited metal quality is improved (transformation from coarse- to fine-grained structure), compared to the technology of horizontal vibration. 11 Ref., 3 Tabl., 5 Fig.
Keywords: induction surfacing, thin steel discs, horizontal mechanical vibration, microstructure, wear resistance, thermal and electromagnetic shield, energy-saving mode
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