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M. Gucwa, R. Bęczkowski, J. Winczek and T. Wyleciał

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The paper presents the capabilities of welding techniques to creating properties of wear resistant high chromium cast iron alloy. The use of the right kind of welding sequence allows you to change the structure and properties of the obtained welds. Tests were conducted for one type of additive material in the form of self shielded core wire. In order to determine the effect of the type of welding sequence on the properties of welds performed welding using string bead and weave bead. The resulting weld was tested on hardness and research structure in an optical microscope. In the following studies have been made erosive tests wear of made hardfacing. String beads gave structure rich in carbides and harder about 270 HV of the weld with weave bead. Also, wear resistance was nearly twice as better for welds made with string beads. In the experiment a decisive role in the resistance to wear plays a high hardness of the deposit and the presence of carbides in its structure. Changes in the basic parameters of the deposition process allows for the formation of structure and properties of hardfacing welds in a wide range.

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R. Wyczółkowski, C. Kolmasiak, D. Urbaniak and T. Wyleciał

The paper presents experimental studies devoted to the convection phenomenon within the steel charge of mixed porosity. Such charges constitute bundles of hollow long elements such as pipes or rectangular sections which are heat treated. A significant portion of the gas phase in the volume of the charge makes that natural convection of the gas occurring within the individual elements may have an effect on the course of heating. To the tests the Schlieren method was used which is one of the optical visualization methods applied to the analysis of the flow phenomena in the transparent and non luminous media such as air or water. The tested samples have the form of porous charge beds made from pipes and rectangular profiles. During the experiments the samples were heating up for the constant heat flux rate. The direction of flux was vertical, from the bottom to the top.