Study of Wear Resistance of Sintered Powder Tool Materials


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The purpose of the studies presented in this paper was to improve cutting properties of tool made of powder metal high-speed steel due to controlling the conditions of friction on contact areas of edgetools at cutting temperatures. Control of friction was carried out on the basis of alloying steel with 5% aluminum oxide (Al2O3), introducing 2% additive agent BN, and that allowed forming stable high-strength secondary structures, significantly extending the intervals of material self-organization. The use of both variants in alloying steel with 20% additive agent TiCN allowed significantly increasing lifetime of tool made of powder metal high-speed steel.



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Jin Tan




A.A. Vereschaka and M.S. Migranov, "Study of Wear Resistance of Sintered Powder Tool Materials", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 871, pp. 159-163, 2014

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December 2013




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