Chemical composition of individual meltages was regulated alternatively by ferrosilicon (FeSi) and carburizer or metallurgical silicon carbide (SiC). The paper shows the influence of charge composition on microstructure of nodular cast irons after casting and after heat treatment (ferritizing annealing and isothermal heat treatment).
This study evaluated the effect of grape sour rot on wine fermentation and characterized the chemical composition and the sensory changes in wines produced from rotten musts. Microvinifications were performed during two vintages using healthy Analysis of the influence of chemical composition on the Nov 10, 2004 · This study analyses how the chemical composition influences the mechanical properties of grey cast iron. The rest of the influential factors, characteristic of grey cast iron, remain constant, which means that the cooling speed does not vary in the process and is an inherent value of the moulding installation in which the workpieces will be cast.
Effect of chemical composition on casting properties of ductile iron. The chemical composition directly affects the matrix structure and mechanical properties of nodular cast iron castings. Reasonable chemical composition is the basis for manufacturing castings meeting the service requirements, and the optimized chemical composition is the basic condition for producing high-performance castings. INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND CHEMICAL INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION ON PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS OF SELECTED OXIDE MELTS Received Prispjelo:2012-09-12 Accepted Prihvaeno:2013-01-05 Original Scientifi c Paper Izvorni znanstveni rad ISSN 0543-5846 METABK 52(3) 297-300 (2013) UDC UDK 669.18:621.746.32:542.63:621.22.015.5:519.651=111
INFLUENCE OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CAST STEEL ON THE CRACKING FORMA TION IN THE SOLIDIFICATION RANGE ANDRZEJ CHOJECKI, IRENEUSZ TELEJKO Academy o f Mining and Metallurgy, C raco w The paper presents the thermodynamic study of Fe-C-S and Fe-Mn-S systems. The influence o f the chernica l composition o f steel on IOP Conference Series:Materials Science and chemical elements, which have influence on the hardness of brake shoes. As result, regression surfaces and correlation charts are revealed; ,  » statistical analyze related the combined behavior of all chemical elements of grey phosphorus cast iron on the hardness of brake shoes, in several correlations. As result, regression surfaces and
Chemical composition, carbon equivalent, saturation degree, tensile strength and hardness of samples from individual meltings. Carbon and silicon are the two most important elements in gray iron; they have the greatest influence on mechanical properties, while the effect of carbon is predominant. They very strongly influence the graphitization. Influence of chemical composition and microstructure of The influence of the presence of hard phosphorous eutectics on the tribochemical film formation and on the wear behavior of cast iron is identified.After tribochemical film formation, the wear rate
Jul 19, 2008 · 2. Borisov, V.T., Teoriya dvukhfaznoi zony metallicheskogo slitka (Theory of the Two-Phase Zone of a Metal Ingot), Moscow:Metallurgiya, 1987. Google Scholar THE INFLUENCE OF CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF HIGH THE INFLUENCE OF CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF HIGH-CHROMIUM CAST IRONS ON THE MACHINABILITY . By V. V. Netrebko. Cite . BibTex; Full citation; Publisher:Dnipropetrovsk National University of Railway Transport. Year:2016. DOI identifier:10.15802/stp2016/61015. OAI identifier:Provided by:MUCC
Sep 01, 2008 · Context:The Cepheid period-luminosity (PL) relation is unquestionably one of the most powerful tools at our disposal for determining the extragalactic distance scale. While significant progress has been made in the past few years towards its understanding and characterization both on the observational and theoretical sides, the debate on the influence that chemical composition may Influence of the chemical composition of cast iron on the Influence of the chemical composition of cast iron on the tem-perature of loss of magnetic properties when heating by high-frequency currents Kosareva, N. V. Chesnokova, A. A.