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

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Core. (i)'Inner region of a heat treated object' - IFHT DEFINITION (ii)The interior part of a metal object that is not directly modified by a diffusion or deposition treatment. core hardness. The hardness of the substrate beneath a coating or diffusion zone. A term commonly used in the heat treatment sector in connection with nitrided or carburised steels. corrodibility. A rarely used (and qualitative) term used to describe the susceptibility of a metal or alloy to corrosion attack. Also see pitting index.

Diffusion wear. A term first invoked by Trent and Loladze in the 1950s, to account for the rake face cratering of cemented carbide cutting tools, observed after cutting plain carbon and low alloy steels at relatively high speed (>100m/min). Other workers have termed this effect 'dissolution/diffusion wear' or 'solution wear'. For cemented carbide tools, comprising WC-Co or WC-(W5TIJaJ^Jb)C-Co (termed 'straight grade' and 'steel cutting grade' carbides respectively), the WC grains become smoothly worn.

The steel hulls of ships can be protected in marine environments by attaching sacrificial plates of magnesium (a relatively more anodic metal) which renders the hull cathodie and therefore passive. Another method uses external anodes (made from graphite, mixed metal oxide coated titanium or high silicon-chromium cast iron) connected to the positive terminal of an external DC (direct current) power supply, while the structure requiring protection is connected to the negative terminal. Current is made to pass from the anode to the cathodie structure through the surrounding natural electrolyte, such as ground water.

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