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CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE DESTRUCTION BY CAVITATION OF SOME STEELS OBTAINED BY ALLOYING IN THE ELECTRIC ARC (CONTRIBUTII LA STUDIUL DISTRUGERII PRIN CAVITATIE A UNOR OTELURI OBTINUTE PRIN ALIERE IN ARCUL ELECTRIC),
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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A study was made of the resistance to destruction by cavitation of metals deposited by welding and obtained through the alloying of soft steels in electric arcs with the aid of ceramic fluxes. As compared to a cast steel, the metals deposited by welding were found to have a better resistance to cavitation, especially in the case of Cr-Mn steels. The use of suitable ceramic fluxes was found to lead to deposited metals with good anti-cavitation properties.
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