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A surface of poor specular reflectivity. Matt surface is also an acceptable term. duplex nickel plating. A nickel electroplating process involving the deposition of two layers of nickel: (i) semibright and; (ii) bright. These serve as an undercoat for subsequent chrome plating. duplex surface engineering. A combination of two sequential (and mutually compatible, from the treatment temperature perspective) surface engineering methods to achieve a synergistic surface property design. Pa) substrates by prior strengthening via a thermochemical diffusion treatment.
Decomposition of a liquid and/or solid by the action of an electric current. Electrolysis constitutes the basis of electroplating. electrolyte. Any liquid capable of conducting an electrical current. , electrolytic bonding. In the first case the electrolyte comprisies ionic salts dissolved in water, in the second, fused ionic salts are used. electrolytic bonding. 'Bonding by electrolysis in a molten borax-based medium' - IFHT DEFINITION. See salt bath bonding. electrolytic borochromising. A liquid phase multicomponent bonding treatment for the simultaneous diffusion of boron and chromuium into steel surfaces.
I)'Inner region of a heat treated object' - IFHT DEFINITION (ii)The interior part of a metal object that is not directly modified by a diffusion or deposition treatment. core hardness. The hardness of the substrate beneath a coating or diffusion zone. A term commonly used in the heat treatment sector in connection with nitrided or carburised steels. corrodibility. A rarely used (and qualitative) term used to describe the susceptibility of a metal or alloy to corrosion attack. Also see pitting index.
B0575 Guide to surface engineering terminology (matsci) by Eugeneiusz Tyrkiel, Peter Dearnley