New possibilities of gas nitriding as a method for anticorrosion treatment of machine parts
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A solution of the problem of raising the corrosion resistance of machine parts to the level of modern industrial requirements with the use of gas nitriding is suggested. The results of a study of the phase composition of a surface nitrided layer of steel make it possible to explain the nature of the growth of its corrosion resistance.
KeywordsCorrosion Resistance Corrosion Test Nitrided Layer Steel 40Kh Furnace Atmosphere
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