Analysis of the Prospects of Ultrajet Diagnostics for Estimating the Wear Resistance of Bimetallic Tool


Ultrajet diagnostics is used to analyze bimetallic knives for rotary crushers, and a polymer powder is introduced in a jet to imitate the operating conditions of the equipment. The correlation between the cavern depth formed during ultrajet action on a knife and the geometric parameters of the wear of its cutting edge is shown to be high.

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Li Syueyan’, Semashko, V.S., Galinovskii, A.L. et al. Analysis of the Prospects of Ultrajet Diagnostics for Estimating the Wear Resistance of Bimetallic Tool. Russ. Metall. 2019, 1389–1394 (2019) doi:10.1134/S0036029519130366

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  • polymer composite material
  • recycling
  • bimetal
  • ultrajet diagnostics
  • imitation action
  • rotary crusher