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Heating of Metal Archaeological Artefacts during Low-Pressure Plasma Treatment

Originální název

Heating of Metal Archaeological Artefacts during Low-Pressure Plasma Treatment

Anglický název

Heating of Metal Archaeological Artefacts during Low-Pressure Plasma Treatment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Plasmachemical treatment is an effective and fast way of restoration and reservation of archeological artefacts. The method is based on a partial reduction of the incrustation and corrosion layers by hydrogen discharge plasma. Compared to the conventional restoration techniques, it offers significant advantages like the quality of the object surface and time savings. On the contrary, the heating stress of the treated object can cause metallographic changes which could lead even to the damage of the archaeological artefact. Temperature of the treated artefact is a very important indicator for the object protection against metallographic changes of metal bulk material.

Anglický abstrakt

Plasmachemical treatment is an effective and fast way of restoration and reservation of archeological artefacts. The method is based on a partial reduction of the incrustation and corrosion layers by hydrogen discharge plasma. Compared to the conventional restoration techniques, it offers significant advantages like the quality of the object surface and time savings. On the contrary, the heating stress of the treated object can cause metallographic changes which could lead even to the damage of the archaeological artefact. Temperature of the treated artefact is a very important indicator for the object protection against metallographic changes of metal bulk material.

BibTex


@misc{BUT93248,
  author="Věra {Sázavská} and František {Krčma} and Lucie {Řádková} and Petra {Miková}",
  title="Heating of Metal Archaeological Artefacts during Low-Pressure Plasma Treatment",
  annote="Plasmachemical treatment is an effective and fast way of restoration and reservation
of archeological artefacts. The method is based on a partial reduction of the incrustation and corrosion layers by hydrogen discharge plasma. Compared to the
conventional restoration techniques, it offers significant advantages like the quality of
the object surface and time savings. On the contrary, the heating stress of the
treated object can cause metallographic changes which could lead even to the damage of the archaeological artefact. Temperature of the treated artefact is a very important indicator for the object protection against metallographic changes of metal
bulk material.",
  booktitle="EUROCORR 2012 - Book of abstracts",
  chapter="93248",
  year="2012",
  month="september",
  pages="589--589",
  type="abstract"
}