Abrasive properties of pseudofused titanium carbide powder
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A study was made of the abrasive properties of pseudofused titanium carbide. It was established that titanium carbide with 17.4 wt.% or more of combined carbon is superior in abrasive power to white electrocorundum and titanium carbide melted in a Tammann furnace but inferior to titanium carbide produced by synthesis from the elements in plasma and by electric arc melting.
It is shown that pseudofused titanium carbide with 19.0 wt.% or more of combined carbon can be successfully used for short-time (up to 10–20 min) abrasive machining processes; in processes of longer duration faster rates of material removal are ensured by pseudofused titanium carbide containing from 17 to 19 wt.% of combined carbon.
KeywordsTitanium Furnace Carbide Fast Rate Material Removal
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