B0575 Guide to surface engineering terminology (matsci) by Eugeneiusz Tyrkiel, Peter Dearnley PDF

B0575 Guide to surface engineering terminology (matsci) by Eugeneiusz Tyrkiel, Peter Dearnley PDF

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It stops after a solid layer, M(s), has been deposited which serves as a diffusion barrier to further reaction. For example see gaseous chromising. DLC. See diamond-like coatings double-stage nitriding. See comments on Floe Process under gaseous nitriding. drip-feed carburising. See gaseous carburising. dry blast cleaning. A general term encompassing shot blasting, grit blasting and sand blasting. dry galvanising. Hot dip galvanising in which the object, after degreasing and pickling, is immersed in an aqueous flux solution, then dried and immersed in a molten zinc bath.

Cleaning, electrocoating with plastics. See electrophoretic coating, electrostatic fluidised-bed coating and electrostatically sprayed plastic coatings electrodegreasing. See cathodic cleaning, electropolishing electrocleaning. and periodic reverse electrodeposit. Any coating formed by electrodeposition. electrodeposition. The techniques of forming coatings via electroplating electrophoresis. Also see electrophoretic coating. or electrodeposition of plastics. See electrophoretic coating, electrostatic fluidised-bed coating and electrostatically sprayed plastic coatings electrode potential (E).

Electrolyte. Any liquid capable of conducting an electrical current. , electrolytic bonding. In the first case the electrolyte comprisies ionic salts dissolved in water, in the second, fused ionic salts are used. electrolytic bonding. 'Bonding by electrolysis in a molten borax-based medium' - IFHT DEFINITION. See salt bath bonding. electrolytic borochromising. A liquid phase multicomponent bonding treatment for the simultaneous diffusion of boron and chromuium into steel surfaces. It is carried out electrolytically in a molten salt mixture containing 90-95wt-% Na2B4O7 (borax) and 5-10wt-% Cr2O3, or 75-80wt- % B2O3, 12-22wt-% NaF and 3-8wt-% Cr2O3.

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