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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 26, Issue 2, pp 140–145 | Cite as

Influence of metallurgical and technological heredity on the efficiency of inhibitor protection of steel

  • V. G. Starchak
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Conclusion

The use of inhibitor protection (taking metallurgical and technological heredity of steel into account) opens up broad possibilities of deliberately changing the quality of the surface layer, of producing optimal physical, mechanical, and electrochemical properties of the metal; this is particularly important when steel components operate in aggressive media.

Keywords

Surface Layer Electrochemical Property Aggressive Medium Steel Component Broad Possibility 
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