12 November 1986 Laser Cladding Of Chromium-Manganese-Carbon On Low Carbon Steel For Wear Resistance
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A wear-resistant Cr-Mn-C clad was produced on an AISI 1016 substrate by a laser technique using a defocused beam and a powder delivery system. The resulting physical properties were measured and correlated to processing parameters. The tribology and micro-structure of the clads were evaluated and compared to hardened 440-C stainless steel, Stellite 6, and AISI 1016. The laser processed clads were more wear-resistant than the materials they were compared to. The alloy distribution varied within the clads. The variation agreed with predictions of theoretical models of laser molten regions.
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Cheryl R Eiholzer, Cheryl R Eiholzer, } "Laser Cladding Of Chromium-Manganese-Carbon On Low Carbon Steel For Wear Resistance", Proc. SPIE 0668, Laser Processing: Fundamentals, Applications, and Systems Engineering, (12 November 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.938893; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.938893
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