Nitriding of High Speed Steel for Improvement of Tools Resistance

Nitriding of High Speed Steel for Improvement of Tools Resistance

Larisa Petrova, Victor Vdovin, Peter Demin, Alexandra Sergeeva

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Abstract. The article is devoted to the study of the gas nitriding process, which makes it possible to obtain high-quality diffusion layers in high-speed steel M2 on the basis of an internal nitriding zone without a brittle nitride zone. The results of studies of the nitrided steel phase composition with a change of the saturating atmosphere during dilution of ammonia by hydrogen are presented. An increase in the resistance of the nitrided tool when drilling structural steel is shown, which is associated with the dispersion hardening of the internal nitriding zone with tungsten nitrides.

Nitriding, High Speed Steel, Tool Resistance, Phase Composition, Hardening

Published online 1/5/2022, 5 pages
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Citation: Larisa Petrova, Victor Vdovin, Peter Demin, Alexandra Sergeeva, Nitriding of High Speed Steel for Improvement of Tools Resistance, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 204-208, 2022


The article was published as article 36 of the book Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment

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