Paper Title:
Steel-Bonded Cemented Carbide Cladding Prepared by Technological Combination of Powder Explosive Compaction and Liquid Sintering
  Abstract

Steel-bonded cemented carbide sheet considered as cladding was successfully bonded with carbon steel plate by a technological combination of powder explosive compaction and liquid sintering. The microstructural interface between steel-bonded cemented carbide cladding and carbon steel plate was characterized by SEM, EDS analysis and hardness testing. The results showed that the gradient distributions of the elements Fe, C and W were found in the normal direction of the interface. The element W permeated about 100μm in depth through the side of carbon steel. The improved hardness of about 600~700HV of cladding was attributed to multiple carbides.

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Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 308-310)
Chapter
Intelligent Optimization Design
Edited by
Jian Gao
Pages
947-952
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.308-310.947
Citation
Z. G. Gao, H. Wang, Y. Q. Feng, Y. S. Zhao, "Steel-Bonded Cemented Carbide Cladding Prepared by Technological Combination of Powder Explosive Compaction and Liquid Sintering", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 308-310, pp. 947-952, 2011
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August 2011
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