Effect of Ultrafine Components on Welded Joint Metal Properties for Metal Structure Operation at Negative Temperatures
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It is shown that introduction into electrodes and agglomerated fluxes for arc welding of ultrafine refractory compound components facilitates an increase in low-carbon steel metal structure cold resistance.
Keywordscoated electrode agglomerated flux ultrafine components cold resistance
The work was carried out with financial support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research within the scope of projects No. 13-08-01282 and No. 14-08-00868, and also a RF President’s grant No. MK-4265.2014.8.
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