APA 6th Edition Kosec, B., Kosec, L., Petrović, S., Gontarev, V., Kosec, G., Gojić, M. i Škraba, P. (2003). Analysis of Low-Carbon Steel/Tantalum Interface After Explosive Welding. Metalurgija, 42 (3), 147-151. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/128447
MLA 8th Edition Kosec, B., et al. "Analysis of Low-Carbon Steel/Tantalum Interface After Explosive Welding." Metalurgija, vol. 42, br. 3, 2003, str. 147-151. https://hrcak.srce.hr/128447. Citirano 16.09.2019.
Chicago 17th Edition Kosec, B., L. Kosec, S. Petrović, V. Gontarev, G. Kosec, M. Gojić i P. Škraba. "Analysis of Low-Carbon Steel/Tantalum Interface After Explosive Welding." Metalurgija 42, br. 3 (2003): 147-151. https://hrcak.srce.hr/128447
Harvard Kosec, B., et al. (2003). 'Analysis of Low-Carbon Steel/Tantalum Interface After Explosive Welding', Metalurgija, 42(3), str. 147-151. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/128447 (Datum pristupa: 16.09.2019.)
Vancouver Kosec B, Kosec L, Petrović S, Gontarev V, Kosec G, Gojić M i sur. Analysis of Low-Carbon Steel/Tantalum Interface After Explosive Welding. Metalurgija [Internet]. 2003 [pristupljeno 16.09.2019.];42(3):147-151. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/128447
IEEE B. Kosec, et al., "Analysis of Low-Carbon Steel/Tantalum Interface After Explosive Welding", Metalurgija, vol.42, br. 3, str. 147-151, 2003. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/128447. [Citirano: 16.09.2019.]
Sažetak The article discusses the morphology, microstructure and chemical composition of the boundary layer in explosive welding of low-carbon steel and tantalum plates. Pools of melt composed of both metals and having a heterogeneous chemical composition appear on the boundary layer. This phenomenon is the result of incomplete mixing of both: molten metals due to rapid cooling and solidification. Within the pools of alloy, a large number of non-metallic oxide inclusions, products of deoxidation of molten alloys, can be found. The non-metal inclusions are round (0.1 to 2 µm in diameter) and vary in both: size and chemical composition. The main component of the non-metal inclusions is Ta2O5, which also contains iron, manganese, and aluminium oxides. The number of non-metal inclusions is unusually high for low-carbon steel and comparable to the number of non-metal inclusions in welds. Oxygen which causes the large number of deoxidised products does not originate in the low-carbon steel, as this steel is relatively clean. The most probable source of oxygen is the oxide scale from the surface of the low-carbon steel, which was poorly cleaned prior to welding.