Model of formation of a hydraulic-pulse densified aluminum coating

  • V. N. Polyakov
Powder Metallurgical Materials, Parts, and Coatings


Calculations of the temperature fields characterizing the formation of a hydraulic-pulse densified aluminum coating have enabled the temperature distribution after the passage of the unloading wave (during the formation of the pulse densified coating) to be determined with greater accuracy: The temperature of the inner zone of the coating falls to a constant value, while that of the outer zone rises to that level. A constant temperature field is maintained for a period of time sufficient for the formation and annealing of the coating.


Aluminum Temperature Distribution Constant Temperature Temperature Field Great Accuracy 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. N. Polyakov
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  1. 1.Scientific-Research and Experimental Institute of Automobile Electrical Equipment and InstrumentationUSSR

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