Electrospark Deposition of Fe-Based Alloy Coating

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Electrospark deposition (ESD) is a promising process to produce hard and wear-resisting coating on metallic substrates. Fe–Cr–Ni–Si–Mo–W–B–Co–Al alloy rods were used as electrode to produce coatings onto a high carbon cast steel roll substrate. Different parameters were used and the coatings have an average thickness of~80 μm, which are metallurgically bonded to the substrate. The microstructures of the coating prevail in nanosized grains and amorphous structures. The primary phases of the coating contain C0.055Fe1.945,(Fe,Cr)7C3,Fe7Mo3 and Al0.99Fe0.99Ni0.99. The maximum microhardness value of the coating is about 1837.4 HV. The study reveals that Fe-based ESD coating has a better quality and has a high hardness on the cast steel roll.

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Periodical:

Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 146-147)

Edited by:

Sihai Jiao, Zhengyi Jiang and Jinglong Bu

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1601-1604

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.146-147.1601

Citation:

J. S. Wang et al., "Electrospark Deposition of Fe-Based Alloy Coating", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 146-147, pp. 1601-1604, 2011

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October 2010

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