Peculiarities of Forming of the Wear-Resistant Cast Iron Coating Structure on Steel 45 upon Plasma-Powder Surfacing

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The paper studied the structure of the deposited coating formed on the 45 steel upon a plasma-powder surfacing wear-resistant white cast iron. It also described the effect of surfacing conditions and other technological influences on the weld pool during surfacing - current modulation, rapid cooling of the weld beads by blowing air and the rapid cooling of the flowing water of the substrate.

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A.A. Radionov, G.G. Mikhailov, D.A. Vinnik

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141-148

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S.P. Nefedyev et al., "Peculiarities of Forming of the Wear-Resistant Cast Iron Coating Structure on Steel 45 upon Plasma-Powder Surfacing", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 870, pp. 141-148, 2016

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