Investigation of the Effect of Electron-Beam Processing on the Surface of Samples Obtained by Additive Technologies from Cobalt-Chromium and Stainless Steel Powders
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Products made of cobalt-chromium and stainless steel made by additive manufacturing methods are widely used in many branches of modern industry (aviation, mechanical engineering, shipbuilding and instrumentation, energy, medicine, etc.). Surface treatment with high-current pulsed electron beams (HPEB) is a promising method for further expanding the scope of these alloys. The article presents studies of the structural and phase state of the surface layer of samples before and after treatment with high-current pulsed electron beams, as well as the results of roughness measurements before and after irradiation with high-current pulsed electron beams.
KeywordsIrradiation with high-current pulsed electron beams Selective laser melting Additive technologies Modification Surface layer Structure Properties
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