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Alternative technology to manufacture bimetallic products by using self-propagating high temperature synthesis

Author(s): Skidin I. E.1, Kalinin V. T.2, Tkach V. V.1, Saitkhareiev L. N.1, Zhbanova O. M.1*

Affilation(s):
1Kryvyi Rih National University,11 Matusevycha St., 50027, Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine
2National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine, 4 Gagarina Av., 49600, Dnipro, Ukraine

*Corresponding Author’s Address: zhbanova.olena@gmail.com

Issue: Volume 4; Issue 2 (2017)

Dates:
Paper received: September 20, 2017
The final version of the paper received: November 20, 2017
Paper accepted online: November 27, 2017

Citation:
Skidin I. E. Alternative technology to manufacture bimetallic products by using self-propagating high temperature synthesis / I. E. Skidin, V. T. Kalinin, V. V. Tkach, L. N. Saitkhareiev, O. M. Zhbanova // Journal of Engineering Sciences. —  Sumy : Sumy State University, 2017. — Volume 4, Issue 2. — P. B7-B10.

DOI: 10.21272/jes.2017.4(2).b7

Research Area: Investigation of Operating Processes in Machines and Devices

Abstract: Electric welding is usually used for surfacing metal products. This process may be laborious and timeconsuming, which at the same time excludes welding jointing throughout the product surface. The productivity of powder tape surfacing is pretty low, up to 2.7 kg / h, with a melting rate of 13-15 min / h. The use of the selfpropagating high-temperature synthesis for producing a liquid thermite alloy aimed at further surfacing throughout the metal surface of a detail can provide a cost-effective and viable alternative technology for manufacturing bimetallic products.

Keywords: high-temperature synthesis, termite, surfacing, bimetal, charge, technology, welding, thermocouple, temperature, mould, alternative resource.

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