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High temperature wear behavior of the surface-modified externally cooled rolls
Externally cooled rolls of a steel plant were coated using three different surface modification techniques, namely titanizing, boronizing and borotitanizing. The grown coatings were examined using optical microscopy, ...
Effect of borotitanizing on microstructure and wear behavior of Inconel 625
Inconel 625, a nickel-based superalloy, is used in a wide range of applications including the marine and petroleum industries under where it is subjected to harsh conditions such as high temperatures and highly corrosive ...
Microstructural, wear and corrosion characteristics of boronized AISI 904L superaustenitic stainless steel
AISI 900 series stainless steels are considered as low-cost alternatives to nickel-based superalloys used for highly corrosive environments. However, in terms of mechanical properties, they have average strength and hardness ...
Effect of thermal degradation on the properties and wear behavior of Cr−V−C composite coatings grown on ductile iron
The thermal fatigue behavior of chromium vanadium carbide (Cr - V - C) coatings and the wear of the coatings after thermal fatigue cycling was studied. The Cr - V - C coatings were grown on the surface of a ductile iron ...
Effect of the boriding environment on the wear response of laser-clad AlCoCrFeNi high entropy alloy coatings
Laser-clad AlCrFeCoNi high entropy alloy (HEA) coatings, produced on the surface of AISI 316 L stainless steel, were pack-borided at 1000 °C for 4 h in open air, high-purity Ar and vacuum environments. The HEA, which had ...