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Surface Modification of Parts Material Shape Memory TiNiCo with a View to Providing a Functional and Mechanical Property as a Factor in Resource

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The paper presents a complex method of forming the surface-modified layers of materials with shape memory effect, including high-speed flame spraying of powders based on TiNiCo; subsequent thermal and thermomechanical treatment allows the formation of surface layers of nano-sized state that have a high level of functional, mechanical and performance properties; it is shown that the complex processing with a layer of TiNiCo allows a reduction of the porosity of the coatings and increases the strength of the coating’s adhesion to the substrate. It is found that, after treatment with high-speed flame spraying powder shape memory TiNiCo, steel has an increase in cycle life by 30% - 40% in a cycle fatigue and 3 - 3.5 times durability. Based on comprehensive research into the metallophysical surface-modified layer, new information is obtained about the nanoscale composition.

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Rusinov, P. and Blednova, Z. (2014) Surface Modification of Parts Material Shape Memory TiNiCo with a View to Providing a Functional and Mechanical Property as a Factor in Resource. Journal of Surface Engineered Materials and Advanced Technology, 4, 348-358. doi: 10.4236/jsemat.2014.46039.

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