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Aspects in Mining & Mineral Science

Application of Breaking and Sliding Electrical Contacts Based on Copper-Molybdenum Pseudo Alloys for Use in the Mining Industry

  • Open or CloseGrechanyuk NI and Grechanyuk VG*

    Doctor of Chemical Sciences, National University of Building and Architecture of Managing Department of Chemistry, Ukraine

    *Corresponding author: Grechanyuk VG, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, National University of Building and Architecture of Managing Department of Chemistry, Ukraine

Submission: April 28, 2021; Published: May 24, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/AMMS.2021.06.000644

ISSN : 2578-0255
Volume6 Issue4

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In [1] the structure, properties and operational characteristics of pseudo alloys (Cu-Zr-Y-Nb) -Mo (MДК), which are widely used for the manufacture of electrical contacts and electrodes, were studied in detail. MДК materials [2-5] have a relatively low corrosion resistance, so the task of increasing the corrosion resistance of these materials is urgent. The authors [6] proposed a composite material consisting of a metal matrix - low-alloy copper-based alloy with the following content of components, % wt.: yttrium-0,01-1,0; zirconium 0.01-1.0; niobium-0.01-0.5; the rest is copper, which is strengthened by dispersed particles of molybdenum, copper oxide and molybdenum oxide. The ratio of components in the specified composite material was,% wt .: molybdenum-1,5-15; copper oxide-0.1-5; molybdenum oxide-0.1-5; alloy Cu-Zr-Y-Nb residue.

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