ELECTROSPARK ALLOYING OF METAL SURFACE BY BISMUTH-CONTAINING ELECTRODES.

V. P. Nesterenko, V. I. Zhura, F. P. Sanin, V. Ya Neroda, V. I. Kalinichenko, I. L. Guzova, T. M. Pekhotina

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    Abstract

    The effect of bismuth in the composition of the ingredients of sintered anodes used in electrospark alloying on transport of the anode material was investigated. The use of electrodes containing 1. 5-40% bismuth increases the transport of the anode material by 2. 9-42. 7 times. Parts (sliding bearings) with wearing of the friction zone to 1 mm can be restored by copper-bismuth electrodes, in which case the allowance obtaned permits subsequent machining, including plastic deformation by various smooth tools.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)104-106
    Number of pages3
    JournalSoviet surface engineering and applied electrochemistry
    Issue number4
    Publication statusPublished - 1987

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    • Engineering(all)

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    Nesterenko, V. P., Zhura, V. I., Sanin, F. P., Neroda, V. Y., Kalinichenko, V. I., Guzova, I. L., & Pekhotina, T. M. (1987). ELECTROSPARK ALLOYING OF METAL SURFACE BY BISMUTH-CONTAINING ELECTRODES. Soviet surface engineering and applied electrochemistry, (4), 104-106.