Details Details PDF BIBTEX RIS Title Define the Type of Tribological Wear of High Speed Steel Remelted with the Electric Arc with the Usage of the Confocal Microscope Journal title Archives of Foundry Engineering Yearbook 2012 Numer No 2 Authors Dziedzic, A. Keywords Heat Treatment ; Mechanical Features ; Metallography ; Confocal Microscope ; high speed steel ; Remelting ; Electric Arc ; Tribological Wear Divisions of PAS Nauki Techniczne Publisher The Katowice Branch of the Polish Academy of Sciences Date 2012 Type Artykuły / Articles Identifier DOI: 10.2478/v10266-012-0055-4 ; ISSN 2299-2944 Source Archives of Foundry Engineering; 2012; No 2 References Orłowicz A. (2002), Effect of rapid solidification on sliding wear of iron castings, Wear. ; Nitkiewicz Z. (2000), The use of arc plasma in surface engineering, Material Engineering, 6, 373. ; Orłowicz W. (1999), Heating efficiency in the GTAW process, Acta Metallurgica Slovaca, 2, 539. ; Hebla M. (1980), Tribology. ; Burakowski T. (1995), Metal surfaces engineering. ; Gierek A. (2005), Tribological wear. ; PN-EN ISO 4287: Surface texture: Profile method - Terms, definitions and surface texture parameters. ; Dziedzic A. (2011), The influence of amperage of electrical arc on microhardness in the area single and overlapping remeltings of HS 6-5-2 steel, Archives of Foundry Engineering, 11, 3, 35. ; Dziedzic A. (2011), The influence of remelting parameters of the electric arc and conventional tempering on the tribological resistance of high speed steel HS 6-5-2, Archives of Foundry Engineering, 11, 3, 31.