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INFLUENCE OF PLASMA NITRIDING ON SURFACE ROUGHNESS OF STEELS

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The research results of the influence of plasma at different levels of surface roughness are presented. The objective of this work is to determine the effects of plasma after the treatment for instrument steel 40Cr and construction steel 38H2MYUA.

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M. Ahmed
Physical-Technical Institute, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
Беларусь


A. Drobov
Physical-Technical Institute, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
Беларусь


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., . . Доклады БГУИР. 2016;(1):95-99.

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Ahmed M.S., Drobov A.N. INFLUENCE OF PLASMA NITRIDING ON SURFACE ROUGHNESS OF STEELS. Doklady BGUIR. 2016;(1):95-99. (In Russ.)

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