Helyszíni metallográfiai vizsgálatok

In situ metallographic evaluations

Authors

  • SZABÓ Annamária

Keywords:

replica, non-destructive evaluation, industrial furnace, in situ metallography, cellulose-acetate, replika, roncsolásmentes vizsgálat, ipari kazán, helyszíni metallográfia, cellulóz-acetát fólia

Abstract

In my research I inclusively studied the essential part of the regular condition evaluation of industrial furnaces, the in-situ (or replica) metallography. Eight different replica materials were compared based on economical, qualitative, and applicative angles. The tests were performed on a run steel material corresponding to P355 pressure vessel steel. For industrial purposes, the acetate foils with a thickness of
30 - 34µm were the optimum.

Kivonat

Kutatásom során egy nagyvízterű kazánból kimunkált P355 szerkezeti acélnak megfelelő folytacél füstcső replikavizsgálatát végeztem el, 4-4 különböző replika és ragasztó anyaggal, és az így kapott replikákat hasonlítottam össze felhasználhatósági, minőségi és gazdasági szempontok alapján. Ipari felhasználásra a 30 - 34µm vastagságú, cellulóz-acetát fóliákat ítéltem meg optimálisnak.

 

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Published

2021-04-20

How to Cite

[1]
Annamária, S. 2021. Helyszíni metallográfiai vizsgálatok: In situ metallographic evaluations. Nemzetközi Gépészeti Konferencia – OGÉT. 29, (Apr. 2021), 136–139.

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B. szekció – Anyagtudomány és -technológia