Developing New Powder Wire for Surfacing Details which Works in the Wear Resistance Conditions
The paper presents the influence of chemical compositions and structure of the deposited metal on its hardness and wear resistance in abrasive-shock conditions. Metal Was deposited by the arc powder wire automatic welding. The studies have shown that increasing nikel contain to 0.65% in the surfaced steel and cobalt additive while reducing carbon contain to 0.17-0.23%, provides martensite and former austenite grain size disintegration. In consequence of multivariate correlation analysis, it was determined dependence to the hardness of the deposited layer and the wear resistance of the mass fraction of the elements included in the flux-cored wires of the system Fe-C-Si-Mn-Cr-Mo-Ni-V-Co. Obtained dependences could be used in predicting hardness and wear resistance of the deposited metal while changing welding metal chemical composition.
Dr. Dmitry A. Chinakhov
A.I. Gusev et al., "Developing New Powder Wire for Surfacing Details which Works in the Wear Resistance Conditions", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 927, pp. 126-133, 2018