Influence of the Hardfacing Welds Structure on Their Wear Resistance
AbstractThe contribution presents the research results of hardfacing metals’ resistance in conditions of abrasive wear. Two types of hardfacing electrodes with a different chemical composition were used in the creation of three layers of hardfacing metals. The chemical composition of electrodes determines the difference in a hardface deposit structure. We have investigated the influence of mixing the base metal and a filler metal and the influence of hardfacing welds structure on the resistance against abrasive wear. The results of the experiments have showed that the intensity of wear is very dependent on the parameters of wear as well as the morphology structure of hardfacing metals. View Full-Text
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Brezinová, J.; Draganovská, D.; Guzanová, A.; Balog, P.; Viňáš, J. Influence of the Hardfacing Welds Structure on Their Wear Resistance. Metals 2016, 6, 36.
Brezinová J, Draganovská D, Guzanová A, Balog P, Viňáš J. Influence of the Hardfacing Welds Structure on Their Wear Resistance. Metals. 2016; 6(2):36.Chicago/Turabian Style
Brezinová, Janette; Draganovská, Dagmar; Guzanová, Anna; Balog, Peter; Viňáš, Ján. 2016. "Influence of the Hardfacing Welds Structure on Their Wear Resistance." Metals 6, no. 2: 36.
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