Microcapillary Features in Silicon Alloyed High-Strength Cast Iron

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Hasanli, R K; Namazov, S N

Microcapillary Features in Silicon Alloyed High-Strength Cast Iron Journal Article

Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, 11 (1), pp. 5-9, 2017, ISSN: 2412-5954.

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Authors: R.K. Hasanli, S.N. Namazov

ABSTRACT. Present study explores features of silicon micro capillary in alloyed high-strength cast iron with nodular graphite (ductile iron) produced in metal molds. It identified the nature and mechanism of micro liquation of silicon in a ductile iron alloyed with Nickel and copper, and demonstrated significant change of structural-quality characteristics. It was concluded that the matrix of alloyed ductile iron has a heterogeneous structure with cross reinforcement and high-silicon excrement areas.

Keywords: alloyed, high-strength cast iron, metal form, segregation, structure

DOI 10.2412/mmse.89.99.501

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