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Patent EP 1077021, US 6,525,481 (2005) Method of Making a Physically and Chemically active Environment by Means of Plasma Jet and the Related Plasma JET. Masaryk University, Brno, 5-6.

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  • TITLE: Study of Deformation Coating for Sheets by Using Tensile Test

    AUTHORS: Milan Dvořák, Emil Schwarzer, Miloš Klíma

    KEYWORDS: Tensile Test, Sheet with Coating, Adhesion of Coating, Multi-Jet Plasma System

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Surface Engineered Materials and Advanced Technology, Vol.5 No.2, March 19, 2015

    ABSTRACT: This article focuses on the study of the defined values of tensile strain and the effect of low temperature plasma adhesion selected coatings on steel samples using a tensile testing flat test bars. Samples were made by machining and welding technologies. The flat test bars were tested by pulling on a test rig UPC 1200. Part of the samples was treated on the surface prior to coating by a tensile test, second base coat and with a final coat continuous multi plasma system. The selected test samples were determined from the tensile test of the material characteristics apparent from the tensile diagrams. The examined samples were fitted top and base coat. Another group was the KTL basis. The presented graphs show the dependence of the strength on elongation of a sample according to DIN EN ISO 6892-2. The samples were then examined under a stereo microscope SCHUT brand, type SSM-E in the laboratory to conduct coating on a steel sheet at the moment of total violation sectional samples. The base layer, in which the temperature ranges from 160°C - 180°C, was applied by electrophoresis method.