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  • Continuous casting
  • Freezing-up casting
  • Bimetals
  • Silumins
  • Simulation of casting processes
  • Water analog simulation of die casting
  • Electroslag casting

  • Development of diagnosis system of the metal surface damage
  • Development of prognosis system of the steel surface damage by the Light Section Profiling System (LSP system) in high-speed production process
  • Development of prognosis system of the steel bulk property claim by the magnetic detection method in continuous production process
  • Diagnosis system of quality control and process control by digital image analysis
  • Universal magnetic thickness gage
  • Development of anti-corrosive active polymer film for steel packing

  • Magnetic Impulse Hardening
  • Cladding
  • IMM (Induction Metallurgical Method) Surface Hardening
  • Thermal Spray Coating Process
  • Flame Spray
  • Detonation Flame Spraying
  • Nontransferred Plasma Arc Spraying
  • Electric Arc Spraying
  • Activated arc spray- Hypersonic metallization
  • High-Frequency Pulse Hardening of Surfaces
  • Wire Arc Coatings
  • Metallization Of Ferrites And Creation Of Fixed Compositions Ferrite-metal

  • Equipment For Surface Metallization And Blazing Of Oxide Materials
  • for continuous casting of cast iron and nonferrous metals
  • for battery grid casting
  • for continuous casting of CuCl belt
  • Plant for continuous casting of copper, aluminum, gold, silver, solder wires
  • DEVEOPMENT OF THE INSTITUTE :: Detonation Flame Spraying

            The concept is to introduce powdered materials into detonation or shock waves. The "waves" are produced by igniting a mixture of acetylene and oxygen into the detonation chamber which is opened to a one meter long tube two and one-half centimeters in diameter.

            In operation, a mixture of spray material, acetylene and oxygen is injected into the detonation chamber. The procedure is initiated by a gas/powder metering system that measures and delivers the mixture to the chamber where it is ignited. The resulting shock wave accelerates the powder particles to over 731 m/sec (2,400 ft/sec) and produces temperatures in excess of 4,000°C (7,232°). Pressures from the detonation close the controlling valves until the chamber pressure is equalized. When this occurs the cycle may be repeated either 4 or 8 times per second.

            Application fields: increasing hardness, wear-resistance, durability, and reliability; protection against cavitation, erosion, corrosion, and chemicals;

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