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  • New Hardening Techniques (.pdf)
    Achieving shorter manufacturing lead times is one of many advantages of using EFD's induction-based hardening solutions. More and more companies are opting for induction-based hardening solutions - and there are four key reasons that make induction hardening such an attractive choice for OEMs
  • Die Hardening with Induction
  • CVD-5B Metal Hardening Process
    Description and case studies of a proprietary metal hardening process involving diffusion of boron into a base metal to create a metallurgical shield that effectively counteracts abrasion and corrosion.
  • Security Sage's Guide to Hardening the Network Infrastructure
    Security Sage's Guide to Hardening the Network Infrastructure. This text provides detailed, hands-on coverage on how use network devices, protocols and design techniques to optimize the security of your Enterprise Network.
  • Sinter Hardening Response of Chromium PM Steels
    The sinter hardening response of PM steels is affected by alloying system, cooling rate, density and mass of the component. In this paper the sinter hardening response of two chromium alloyed PM steels has been investigated when the mass and density are varied. Components of different size
  • Taking the Crank Out of Induction Hardening (.pdf)
    Induction heat treatment is traditionally a popular choice for hardening and tempering of quality cranckshafts. This article will explain how continuous process improvement makes a good process even better.
  • Induction Hardening of Heavy-Duty Hydraulic Motors
    A new EFD Induction solution has helped Hägglunds Drives slash hardening cycle times by 85% for large cam rings, and 45% for smaller rings.
  • New Nomographs for Induction Surface Hardening of Steel (.pdf)
    New nomographs for induction surface hardening of steel showing the relations between surface power density, frequency, heating time, maximum surface temperature, and austenitisation depth have been calculated. Coupled electromagnetic and transient thermal 1D (ELTA) and 2D (Flux2D) simulations
  • Induction Hardening of Gears and Critical Components, Part 2 (.pdf)
    Author: Valery Rudnev. Publication: Gear Technology. Date: 11/1/2008. Induction hardening is a heat treating technique that can be used to selectively harden portions of a gear, such as the flanks, roots and tips of teeth, providing improved hardness, wear resistance and contact fatigue strength
  • Single-Coil Dual-Frequency Induction Hardening of Gears (.pdf)
    Some induction heating practitioners have heard about simultaneous dual frequency gear hardening, which uses two single-frequency inverters working on the same coil at the same time. Articles discusses the next step in this technology. Circuitry and review of main process parameters

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  • Ice Cream
    Ice cream into which syrup such as choco- late, butterscotch, or strawberry has been distributed so as to produce a marbled effect in the hardened product .
  • Tharp and Young On Ice Cream: An Encyclopedic Guide
    That would be associated with smaller ice crystals in the hardened product , since ice crystals frozen under the desirable conditions in the freezer barrel are smaller than those formed during harden- ing.
  • CR4 - Thread: Epoxy (Epikote 827); Catalyst
    … understood from the table, the epoxy resin composite varnishes in examples are relatively long in gelation time thus allowing the easy handling as well as providing the outstanding storage stability, and are capable of providing a hardened product with excellent heat resistance …