THE CORROSION AND WEAR RESISTANCE OF LASER AND MAG WELD DEPOSITS

Authors

  • Anna Guzanova
  • Miroslav Džupon
  • Dagmar Draganovská
  • Janette Brezinová
  • Ján Viňáš
  • Denis Cmorej
  • Erik Janoško
  • Pavlo Maruschak

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36547/ams.26.2.557

Keywords:

HPDC, mold, immersion test, linear polarisation, abrasive wear test

Abstract

The paper focuses on the possibility of HPDC molds restoration for aluminium casting by laser and MAG weld cladding with a welding wire of the same grade like the base material. A chemical analysis of the weld deposits showed a decrease in the content of some elements in the MAG deposit due to the higher thermal input to the weld bath. The lower heat input of laser welding has resulted in a higher incidence of fusion defects lack between the weld deposit and the base material. Thermal conditions during welding affected hardness of weld deposits and their abrasive resistance as well. The resistance of materials against dissolution when immersed in AlSi8Cu3 alloy was similar for both deposits and the base metal.

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Published

2020-06-04

How to Cite

Guzanova, A., Džupon, M., Draganovská, D., Brezinová, J., Viňáš, J., Cmorej, D., Janoško, E., & Maruschak, P. (2020). THE CORROSION AND WEAR RESISTANCE OF LASER AND MAG WELD DEPOSITS. Acta Metallurgica Slovaca, 26(2), 37-41. https://doi.org/10.36547/ams.26.2.557

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Research papers
Received 2020-05-20
Accepted 2020-05-30
Published 2020-06-04

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