Correlation of the quantitative characteristics of the microstructure and the wear resistance of gray cast iron hardened by laser radiation
Heat Treatment Using Highly Concentrated Energy Sources
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KeywordsRadiation Iron Microstructure Laser Radiation Wear Resistance
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