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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 26, Issue 2, pp 138–140 | Cite as

Nitriding of restored crankshafts

  • V. V. Ponukalin
  • V. N. Aleksandrov
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Conclusion

The following technology is recommended for restoration of steel crankshafts: facing with an Sv-08 electrode wire under an AN-348A flux with chromium and niobium introduced into the melt in accordance with the method used at automotive-repair plants and subsequent gas nitriding at (570±10)°C for 12 h.

Keywords

Chromium Niobium Electrode Wire Steel Crankshaft 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1984

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  • V. V. Ponukalin
  • V. N. Aleksandrov

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