Formation and some characteristics of hardened layers produced by electric-spark alloying with hard alloys
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It has been established that tungsten-free hard alloys of the TNM type can be successfully used instead of T15K6 alloy as materials for electric-spark alloying electrodes.
The advantages of electrodes made of a TNM-type alloy grow with increase in power supplied in electric-spark alloying. Steel alloyed with TNM20 alloy surpasses in relative wear resistance steel coated with T15K6 alloy.
KeywordsWear Resistance Hard Alloy Hardened Layer Alloy Electrode Resistance Steel
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