Investigation on Producing the Flux Cored Wire Modified with Concentrated Complex from Tomtor Mineral Assets
Multiple use of pan concentrate from placer deposits directly in technical process without prealltoment of pure components could become one of promising directions in the field of receiving wide range of multicomponent metal and ceramic powdered materials. In this paper as the object of comparative examination, we present the hemimethylated plating made of exploited experimentative flux cored wires based on industrial Ni-Cr-B-Si system powder modified with rare-earth elements of concentrated complex from Tomtor mineral assets Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). The structure of received plating is heterogeneous and has oxidation coating as boundaries. According to the data of the phase shift analysis plating predominantly consist of Fe-Ni austenitic alloy phases with the Cr, Si carbide and Cr boride precipitation strengthening, plating generally consist of Al2O3, Cr2O3 и Fe2O3 oxide. The research of the plating ultimate composition testifies the equable allocation of main and alloying elements, local location of some elements in the structure of the plating. Microhardness of flux cored wire plating substantially depends on composition and fabricated structure. It has been established that the introduction of rare earth elements provided the formation of strengthening phase with the high hardness of plating resulting in wear resistance increase.
Dr. Denis Solovev
A.K. Kychkin et al., "Investigation on Producing the Flux Cored Wire Modified with Concentrated Complex from Tomtor Mineral Assets", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 706-711, 2019