Metallic Items Surface Engineering Due to Friction Plating as an Object of Computer Simulation and Processing Control
About 90% of machinery components are known to break down due to surface wear. One of the most effective ways to improve service properties of steel products is coating them by materials possessing high corrosion resistance, wear resistance, high hardness and other properties. In order to obtain such results, it is developed the method of friction plating combining the processes of surface strain hardening and plating. Comparison of friction plating with traditional methods of surface protection, hardening and modification has shown that in certain circumstances friction plating method has several advantages such as metal and energy saving, elimination of complex and hazardous to personnel operations of surface preparation, high efficiency and productivity of the process and its environmental safety. A good deal of obtained by now experimental results on friction plating process investigation and industrial application are not organized yet up to the level of a model; that's why they can not be used for development of standard industrial equipment with automatic control of friction plating process. In this paper, there are presented the description of friction plating process, its technical advantages and outlook for its industrial introduction. Friction plating process is analyzed, first of all, as an object of computer simulation and processing control.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2012
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