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Yu. Ol't, V. V. Maksarov, V. A. Krasnyi (2018) Provision of adhesion strength of gas-thermal coatings on piston rings of quarry transport engines. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 229. p. 77. DOI: 10.25515/pmi.2018.1.77
Ol’tY., MaksarovV. V., & KrasnyiV. A. (2018). Provision of adhesion strength of gas-thermal coatings on piston rings of quarry transport engines. Journal of Mining Institute, 229, 77. https://doi.org/10.25515/pmi.2018.1.77

Provision of adhesion strength of gas-thermal coatings on piston rings of quarry transport engines

Authors:
Yu. Ol't1
V. V. Maksarov2
V. A. Krasnyi3
  • 1 — Estonian University of Life Sciences
  • 2 — Saint-Petersburg Mining University ▪ Orcid
  • 3 — Saint-Petersburg Mining University
Date submitted:
2017-07-17
Date published:
2018-02-25

Abstract

The main trend in the development of modern diesel engine manufacturign is the creation of high-powered, reliable and economical internal combustion engines (ICE), which are widely used in various industries, including mining machinery. The application of the methods of gas-thermal and gas-plasma coating for obtaining wear-resistant layers on piston rings for large internal combustion engines of quarry transport – diesel locomotives and dump trucks- is considered. It is shown that the abrasive-jet machining of base coat is widely used as a preparatory operation before coating process, and the roughness of the working surface of the rings after abrasive-jet machining has a significant impact on the adhesion strength of the coating with the base material. The selection of the surface roughness and the conditions of abrasive-jet machining for increasing the coating adhesion strength to the base coat significantly determines both the thickness of the coating and the reliability of the part itself. The aim of the paper is to investigate the dependence of the adhesion strength of a gas-thermal wear-resistant coating of piston rings of large engines of quarry transport, including dump trucks and diesel locomotives, from the roughness of the working surface after abrasive-jet machining, which in turn depends on its modes (distance to the nozzle exit section, the number of passes, the working air pressure, the shot change rate). The working surface adhesion strength of piston rings with diameter of 210 mm coated with molybdenum and steel wire composition was investigated by the twisting angle at which the coating peeled. It is shown that the roughness providing a twist angle greater than 35° should be more than 22 μm, which does not cause coating peeling off. Modes of abrasive-jet machining providing the specified values of roughness: working air pressure is 0.4 MPa, distance to the nozzle exit section is 110 mm, the number of passes is 2, and the shot changes after processing 40 mandrels.

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