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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 8, Issue 12, pp 1019–1021 | Cite as

Red hardness of hard-facings of different materials

  • É. I. Brainin
  • M. T. Vol'fovskaya
  • R. A. Kremer
  • E. G. Krasnenko
  • G. P. Khmel'
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Conclusions

In the reduction of the red hardness of facing layers and the reduction of the hardness after tempering at high temperatures the materials investigated can be placed in the following order: U30Kh25N4SV8, U25Kh23N4S3G, 3Kh2V8, Kh12VF, U20Kh17T1, U20Kh17T, 5Kh4V3FT, 5Kh4V3FTs, and 5Kh4V3F.

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Literature Cited

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    A. I. Betaneli, Hardness of Steels and Hard Alloys at Elevated Temperatures [in Russian], Moscow, Mashgiz (1958).Google Scholar
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    E. S. Kudelya and V. P. Subbotovskii, Avtomaticheskaya svarka, No. 3 (1954).Google Scholar

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© Consultants Bureau 1966

Authors and Affiliations

  • É. I. Brainin
  • M. T. Vol'fovskaya
  • R. A. Kremer
  • E. G. Krasnenko
  • G. P. Khmel'

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