Internal stresses of electrolytic IR on deposited from a sulphate bath
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Internal stresses in electrolytic deposits were measured by a magnetic method, different in principle from those used earlier.
It was found that, as the current density was raised from 3 to 8 A/dm2, the internal stresses can take values from 100 to 1200 kg/cm2.
The dependence of the internal stresses on temperature is complex in character. The graphs of equal stresses are not linear.
The experimental results are explained from the point of view of the dislocation model of the occurrence of internal stresses.
KeywordsSulphate Internal Stress Magnetic Method Dislocation Model Electrolytic Deposit
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