The results of experimental studies of the effect of processing conditions on the corrosion resistance of ground parts made of stainless chromium-nickel steel of austenitic class 12X18N9T2 are quoted. It is found that the introduction of ultrasonic field energy into the zone of generation of geometry during grinding makes it possible to increase the corrosion resistance of parts by 12...15%, depending on the grinding mode.
performance, ultrasound, corrosion, residual stresses, microhardness, roughness
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