Aluminum plating with flux-free pastes
The process developed for aluminum plating of stainless and heat-resisting steels and alloys with flux-free pastes produces a high quality diffusion coating up to 100 μ thick at temperatures of 800–950°C.
Fatigue tests and long-term strength tests of aluminum-plated samples showed that aluminum plating with pastes has bo effect on the fatigue strength of the material.
KeywordsAluminum Fatigue Fatigue Strength Fatigue Test Strength Test
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