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T. Węgrzyn, J. Piwnik, W. Tarasiuk, Z. Stanik and M. Gabrylewski

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The material selected for this investigation was low alloy steel weld metal deposit (WMD) after MAG welding with micro-jet cooling. The present investigation was aimed as the following tasks: analyze impact toughness of WMD in terms of micro-jet cooling parameters. Weld metal deposit (WMD) was first time carried out for MAG welding with micro-jet cooling of compressed air and gas mixture of argon and air. Until that moment only argon, helium and nitrogen and its gas mixture were tested for micro-jet cooling.

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W. Tarasiuk, J. Piwnik, T. Węgrzyn and D. Sieteski

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This paper presents results of experimental research concerning the impact of an innovative method of micro-jet cooling on the padding weld performed with MIG welding. Micro-jet cooling is a novel method patented in 2011. It enables to steer the parameters of weld cooling in a precise manner. In addition, various elements which may e.g. enhance hardness or alter tribological properties can be entered into its top surface, depending on the applied cooling gas. The material under study was steel 20MnCr5, which was subject to the welding process with micro-jet cooling and without cooling. Nitrogen was used as a cooling gas. The main parameter of weld assessment was wear intensity. The tests were conducted in a tribological pin-on-disc type position. The following results exhibit growth at approximately 5% in wear resistance of padding welds with micro-jet cooling.

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W. Tarasiuk, A.I. Gordienko, A.T. Wolocko, J. Piwnik and B. Szczucka-Lasota

The paper presents results of research tribological properties laser hardened steel 42CrMo4. Parameter influencing on the quality of the hardened surface was laser head speed. The study was conducted on friction tester pin-on-disc type T-11, and a counter sample disc was silicate. Parameter determining the quality of the surface layer is the intensity of wear. Based on the results we obtain information about the laser head speed to temper steel 42CrMo4 so as to maintain a high resistance to wear.

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T. Węgrzyn, J. Piwnik, Ł. Wszołek and W. Tarasiuk

A paper presents a piece of information about innovate surfacing technology with micro-jet cooling. There are put down information about parameters of shaft surfacing with micro-jet cooling process. There were given information about influence of various micro-jet gases on metallographic structure of machine shaft after surfacing. There were analyzed tribological properties of welds. Welding surfacing process is very often used to apply a hardness or wear-resistant layer of base metal. It is very important method of extending the life of machines, tools, and construction equipment. Surfacing is also known as wearfacing, is often used to build up shafts, gears or cutting edges. Regenerated surface properties of various machine elements do not provide good tribological properties. The tribological interactions of a solid shaft surfaces were tested after welding with micro-jet cooling.

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D. Hadryś, T. Węgrzyn, J. Piwnik, Z. Stanik and W. Tarasiuk

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The material selected for this investigation was low alloy steel weld metal deposit (WMD) after MIG welding with micro-jet cooling. The present investigation was aimed as the following tasks: obtained WMD with various amount of acicular ferrite and further analyze impact toughness of WMD in terms of acicular ferrite amount in it. Weld metal deposit (WMD) was first time carried out for MIG welding with micro-jet cooling of compressed air and gas mixture of argon and air. Until that moment only argon, helium and nitrogen were tested as micro-jet gases for MIG/MAG processes. An important role in the interpretation of the results can give methods of artificial intelligence.