Electrolytic phosphiding of steels
We investigated a new method of diffusion saturation of steels-electrolytic phosphiding. We studied the effect of the saturation conditions and the composition of the steel on the depth and structure of the diffusion coating.
Phosphiding improves the wear resistance of low-carbon steels by a factor of two as compared with high-carbon steel in the quenched and tempered condition.
KeywordsWear Resistance Saturation Condition Diffusion Coating Diffusion Saturation
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