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Properties and Corrosion Behavior of Chromium and Vanadium Carbide Composite Coatings Produced on Ductile Cast Iron by Thermoreactive Diffusion Technique
Ductile iron (DI) owes many of its attractive mechanical properties to the graphite nodules in its structure. However, since galvanic coupling can occur between the graphite nodules and the matrix in aggressive environments, ...
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 ...