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Microstructure of Iron Based Non-equiatomic Alloys Using Laser Cladding Deposition Technique

Pramod G. Musrif, P Satishkumar, Balam Durga Prasad Sugumari Vallinayagam, Rajasekaran Saminathan, B Vishnu Vardhana Naidu and Sai Nandhini Ravi

Abstract

The research paper focuses on the study of mechanical properties and microstructural analysis of SS316L coated material. The effect of different percentages of boron and tungsten carbide in the range of 7%, 11%, and 15% for boron and 13%, 9%, and 5% for tungsten carbide in iron-based alloys have been used to study erosion wear. The alloys with different composition have been prepared using laser cladding technique. The authors have also carried out the micro-analysis of the alloys using energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) in the current study. In all cases it is observed that addition of these materials increases the mechanical strength and thus improves the wear resistance of the base material. Besides it is also seen that the processes used for cladding these materials improves the corrosion resistance as well.

Published on: November 01, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s3-129
Citation: Musrif PG, Satishkumar P, Prasad BD, Vallinayagam S, Saminathan R, et al. 2023. Microstructure of Iron Based Non-equiatomic Alloys Using Laser Cladding Deposition Technique. NanoWorld J 9(S3): S728-S732.

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