Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp 160–162 | Cite as

Boriding of tool steels in commercial boron carbide

  • V. G. Permyakov
  • V. F. Loskutov
  • I. Kh. Trush
  • V. N. Pisarenko
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Conclusions

  1. 1.

    We investigated the kinetics of formation, composition, and some properties of boride coatings on tool steels.

     
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    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.

     

Keywords

Carbide Boron Operating Characteristic Boride Tool Steel 

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© Consultants Bureau 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. G. Permyakov
  • V. F. Loskutov
  • I. Kh. Trush
  • V. N. Pisarenko

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