PROBLEMS OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL USE OF NONAQUEOUS AND AQUEOUS-ORGANIC ELECTROLYTES. II. SURFACE LAYER QUALITY.

B. P. Saushkin, Yu N. Petrov, A. V. Maslov, N. A. Kolpakova

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The surface layer quality indices - roughness, hydrogen absorption, microetching - during machining of titanium alloys in nonaqueous (ethanol, formamide, acetonitrile) and aqueous-organic solutions of mineral salts were studied. The mechanism of formation of the microgeometry of the surface in nonaqueous media is discussed. It is concluded that the use of nonaqueous electrolytes for ECM makes it possible to considerably reduce the roughness of the machined surface (R//a equals 0. 032-0. 064 mu m), hydrogen absorption (to 0. 01 mass. %), and microetching. (Athor abstract)

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)18-26
Number of pages9
JournalSoviet surface engineering and applied electrochemistry
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1987

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Electrolytes
Surface roughness
Military electronic countermeasures
Hydrogen
Acetonitrile
Titanium alloys
Machining
Ethanol
Minerals
Salts

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PROBLEMS OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL USE OF NONAQUEOUS AND AQUEOUS-ORGANIC ELECTROLYTES. II. SURFACE LAYER QUALITY. / Saushkin, B. P.; Petrov, Yu N.; Maslov, A. V.; Kolpakova, N. A.

In: Soviet surface engineering and applied electrochemistry, No. 3, 1987, p. 18-26.

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