Economic effectiveness of manufacturing piston rings by the powder metallurgy method
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The presented calculation shows that the production cost of piston rings by the powder metallurgy method is 32% less than by the casting and machining method. Based on the manufacture of 10 million sets of rings, the annual economic effect amounts to 6 million rubles.
KeywordsProduction Cost Powder Metallurgy Economic Effect Piston Ring Machine Method
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