Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry
Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry is the official journal of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. It publishes theoretical and applied articles dealing with a broad spectrum of topics in surface engineering and the application of electrochemistry in industrial processing. The journal elucidates the methods and processes of the electrical treatment of materials, utilization of electrical fields, currents and charges, improvement of existing technologies, intensification of heat-and-mass transfer processes, and treatment of biological media and foodstuffs.
A partial list of topics explored in the journal includes precision machining by spark erosion; electrochemical precision machining and surface finishing; surface layer hard alloying of metals; deposition of coatings from metal plasma; and electrolytic heating, magnetic annealing, electrolyte solutions and processes. This journal also features sections on equipment and instrumentation.
The development of criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of the surface layer formation and its properties in the process of electrospark alloying. Part I. The state of the issue. Kinetic and functional criteria of the efficiency of a doped layer’s formation
Electric-spark coatings on a steel base and contact surface for optimizing the working characteristics of babbitt friction bearings
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