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Volume 298, 2019International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2019)
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|Published online||18 November 2019|
Shape and morphology of the particles surface of electroerosive powders of micro- and nanometric fractions, obtained from H17MYuA steel in kerosene
FGBOU VO Southwest state University, 94 50 years of October street, Kursk, 305040, Russia.
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One of the main directions of engineering technology development at present is the improvement of existing and the development of new waste-free, environmentally friendly, material-saving production processes. Powder metallurgy is a branch of technology, including the manufacture of powders from metals and their alloys and the preparation of blanks and products from them without melting the main component. In most cases, new materials are created in order to provide the optimal combination of product price and operational characteristics. Chromium is the most common alloying element. Steel alloyed with chromium has increased strength, hardness, wear resistance, resistance to corrosion in aggressive and oxidizing environments. The presence of chromium increases the hardenability of steel. The process of obtaining powder materials by the method of electroerosive dispersion compares favorably with the possibility of producing powders even from particularly hard and refractory materials. In the case of grinding material by this method, the only important criterion is the electrical conductivity of the material being ground. Worn parts and other scrap can be used as feedstock during the process. The purpose of the study is to investigate the powder obtained from the waste of chromium-containing steels. Thanks to the study of the used powder samples on modern devices, results were obtained, which indicate that the chromium-containing powder, obtained by electroerosive dispersion, can be reused in the restoration and hardening of machine parts.
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