In the present work, the effects of different casting parameters including pouring temperature and cooling rate on stainless steel structures and mechanical properties of heat resistant alloy (HH) were studied. Mo nanoparticles were synthesized through sol-gel method and were coated on the stainless steel device using spin-coating method. The effect of coating layer on the device was studied by using XRD (X-Ray Diffraction) and FT-IR (Fourier Transform Infra red ) and SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy) techniques. The obtained results indicated an enhancement of corrosion, surface abrasion protection without changing metal surface structure, and a reduction of leakage current through the stainless steel device. Furthermore, pouring temperature and cooling rate increase caused a fine grain structure to be acquired with less carbides and better distribution in the austenitic matrix.


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