Protective process coatings for hot plastic working of steels and alloys
A technology for dispersion doping of glass matrices for creating superplastic coatings, permitting isothermal deformation of alloys without the use of special equipment, has been developed. The protective glassy and glass-ceramic process coatings which have been developed possess a strong internal structure and high film-forming ability and they withstand substantial impact and tension loads with high strain (above 40%).
KeywordsTitanium Alloy Glass Matrice Fiberglass Fabric Zirconium Chloride VNS2 Steel
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