Development of Alloys on an Iron Basis


At the industrial enterprises (ferrous metallurgy, machine-building, transport, etc.) the percentage share of noise shock provenance is very high. In materials technology use various methods of research and the tests, necessary for reception enough full and a solid data about properties of metals and polymers and about their change depending on a chemical compound, structures and processing. In work results of experiment, new developed damping alloys DAZ-3, DAZ-4, DAZ-5 (DAZdamping alloys by Zhumadilova) are offered. Microstructures and damping properties of multiple alloyed damping alloys are offered. Thermal processing makes essential impact on damping properties of alloys. Tempering raises damping characteristics that, certainly, is connected with formation martensite structures. Annealing, not leading to grain growth, and resign imperfections of structure – reduces dampening.

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Z. Zhumadilova, "Development of Alloys on an Iron Basis," Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, Vol. 9 No. 8, 2010, pp. 741-747. doi: 10.4236/jmmce.2010.98052.

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