Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 20, Issue 9, pp 759–761 | Cite as

Chemicothermal treatment in current-conducting powdered mixtures

  • V. I. Prosvirin
  • L. V. Gerasimov
  • V. A. Tarasov
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Conclusions

  1. 1.

    Chemicothermal treatment with use of CCPM is a simple process. The electric current is not only the source for heating the mixture but also accelerates diffusion processes due to microarcs that induce dissociation and ionization of the active substance in the mixture. These substances may be part of the CCPM itself or part of a paste applied directly to the part.

     
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    Carburizing at 930° for 2 h produces a case depth of 1.2 mm and carbonitriding at 850° a case depth of 0.7 mm. Boriding at 1000° for 4 h produces a diffusion coating ∼250 μ thick with hardness H50 1700, while at 950° for 1.5 h it produces a coating 85 μ thick with hardness H50 1650.

     

Keywords

Diffusion Process Electric Current Active Substance Powdered Mixture Simple Process 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. I. Prosvirin
  • L. V. Gerasimov
  • V. A. Tarasov

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