Materials Science

, Volume 34, Issue 2, pp 219–225 | Cite as

Influence of the structure on the regularities of cavitation wear of eutectic coatings

  • M. V. Kindrachuk
  • S. M. Cherneha
  • O. I. Dudka


We analyze the influence of the structure and the main physicomechanical characteristics of eutectic coatings obtained using concentrated sources of energy on the mechanism and kinetics of their cavitation wear. We establish a correlation between the rate of cavitation wear, the size of the structural components, and the mechanical characteristics of the coating.


Cavitation Structural Material Structural Component Mechanical Characteristic Concentrate Source 
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  • M. V. Kindrachuk
  • S. M. Cherneha
  • O. I. Dudka

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