The Paton Welding Journal, 2012, #1, 15-17 pages
INCREASING WEAR RESISTANCE OF TITANIUM BY ARGON ARC OVERLAYING
V.P. PRILUTSKY1, S.B. RUKHANSKY1, S.V. AKHONIN1, N.F. GADZYRA2 and N.K. DAVIDCHUK2
E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute, NASU, Kiev, Ukraine
I.M. Frantsevich Institute of Problems of Materials Science, NASU, Kiev, Ukraine
Results of the comprehensive investigations aimed at development of a fundamentally new overlaying consumable for deposition of wear-resistant layers on the surface of titanium alloys, i.e. titanium flux-cored filler wire, are given. The process was developed for overlaying by using the argon arc controlled by the external transverse alternating magnetic field. It is shown that the deposited metal provides a 10 times increase in tribotechnical surface properties of titanium VT1-1.
arc overlaying, titanium flux-cored wire, argon, wear resistance of deposited layer, controlled magnetic field
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