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Some experiments dealing with the isothermal hot dip galvanizing were carried out. The (Zn) – coating settled on the Armco-iron substrate were examined after arresting the solidification for different periods of time. The measurement of the thickness of each sub-layer in the coating were performed due to the SEM – analysis. The zinc segregation on the cross-section of the studied sub-layers were also determined by the EDS technique. The growth laws are formulated mathematically for each of the observed sub-layer. The mechanism of the sub-layer formation is also analysed due to the observation of the birth/nucleation of the phases in the sub-layers and the effect of flux onto the sub-layers morphology formation. The appearance of each phase is referred to the Fe-Zn diagram for stable equilibrium according to which these phases are the products of the adequate peritectic transformation.
It was noticed, in industrial practice, that in typical vibratory conveyors suspended on the coil springs system and driven by two self-synchronising vibrators their dissynchronisation can lead to local elevations of loose feed and in extreme cases to the arrestment of a feed flow from the machine or even to the reversal of its transportation direction along the body. The new structural solution of the vibratory conveyor which, in spite of disphasing of vibrators, enables the feed material transport along the trough with a constant velocity, was presented and analysed in the paper
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