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The crystallisation of the aluminium bronze with additions of Si, Cr, Mo and/or W

Keywords: Metallic alloys , Aluminium bronze , Complex silicides of the iron , TDA method

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Purpose: The aim of this paper is description of the process of the crystallization of new aluminium bronzes with the complex silicides of the iron.Design/methodology/approach: Additions Cr, W, Mo and Si were introduced to create in the microstructure of the aluminium bronze of the complex silicides of the iron about high mechanical and physical proprieties to the bronze BA1044. The process of formation the microstructure of the bronze with use of the method of the thermal and derivative analysis (TDA) was analysed. The examinations under the microscope and X-ray microanalysis of the surface distribution of elements were conducted.Findings: From carried research results, that in the aluminium bronze BA1044 after addition Si, Cr, Mo and/or W the phase κFe, κNi crystallize as the complex silicides of the iron. Elements such as: Fe and Si dissolve first of all in silicides in the smaller stage in the matrix of the bronze, Mn and Ni they dissolve in matrix and silicides, Cr dissolves in the larger stage in silicides than in the matrix, W and Mo dissolve in silicides however they crystallize as nanocrystals in the metal matrix and create with her composite.Research limitations/implications: Results of investigations of aluminium bronze BA1044 and alloys after adding to him about 1% Si were introduced in the article and suitably: 1.22 % Cr; 0.82 % Mo; 0.020 % W; 0.60 % Cr, 0.17 % Mo and 0.017 % W.Originality/value: The original results of the investigations of the crystallization of the new bronzes (innovative materials and casting technologies) for which the process of arising microstructure the method TDA was not analysed so far were introduced in the article. The article possesses cognitive values not only essential for researcher but and practician-melters.


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