Surface Modification of Cr-Mo Steel Using New Water Jet Cavitation Technology

  title={Surface Modification of Cr-Mo Steel Using New Water Jet Cavitation Technology},
  author={Masataka Ijiri and Daichi Shimonishi and D. Nakagawa and Kumiko Tanaka and T. Yoshimura},
Low-alloy steels are based on carbon steel in combination with several percent or less (in many cases 1%) alloying elements, and offer improved resistance to corrosion at a slightly higher cost than carbon steel. However, these materials do not exhibit the same corrosion resistance as stainless steel. The authors have previously developed the novel multifunction cavitation (MFC) technique, which combines ultrasonic cavitation with water jet cavitation. It has been reported that MFC-processed Cr… Expand

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