The effect of electric-spark alloying and subsequent annealing on the thermal stability of metallic structural materials
Electric-spark surface alloying of carbon structural steels with aluminum-containing and chrome-nickel compositions, followed by vacuum annealing, allows one to enhance the thermal stability of items of these steels at temperatures exceeding the melting point of aluminum.
KeywordsCarbon Steel Composite Coating Aluminum Coating Vacuum Annealing Iron Aluminide
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