Boriding of tool steels in commercial boron carbide
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We investigated the kinetics of formation, composition, and some properties of boride coatings on tool steels.
To improve the operating characteristics it is recommended that steels U8, U12, 9KhS, KhVG, ShKh15, and 5KhGM be borided at 920° for 4 h, and steels Kh12, Kh12M, 3Kh2V8, and 4Kh4M2VFS at 1050° for 2h.
KeywordsCarbide Boron Operating Characteristic Boride Tool Steel
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