Characterization of Friction Surfaced Deposits on Low Carbon Steel

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Surfacing With Friction Is A Process Derived From Friction Welding With Advantages Over Commercial Fusion Welding Processes, With Solid Phase Bonding. Here An Experiment Is Conducted To Produce Friction Surface Coating For Three Different Materials Like Aluminum And Stainless Steel And Tool Steel M2 Coating On Low Carbon Steel By Friction Surfacing. The Aim Of This Work Deposition Of Different Materials Is To Identify The Feasibility Of Friction Surfacing And Industrial Applications, Testing Of Deposits For Quality Evaluation Are Carried Out.




S, R. S., V, C. D., … Subbiah, R. (2019). Characterization of Friction Surfaced Deposits on Low Carbon Steel. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(1), 1248–1251.

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