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  • Induction Heat Treatment of Steel Bars
    Treating steel bars in order to enhance torsion characteristics, reduce alloy components, etc. has long been a well-known process. One traditional treatment process involves using continuous furnaces. However, the use of. continuous furnaces makes it extremely difficult to control and monitor
  • Performance Characteristics of a Newly Developed Cost-Effective Cr-Ni Prealloyed Steel Designed to replace Fe-Ni Steels
    and excellent properties, but require careful sintering and heat treatment. The purpose of this paper will be to demonstrate the properties achievable with a new prealloyed Cr-Ni steel (Astaloy CMN) that is suitable for sintering in endogas and for conventional atmosphere heat treatment. The heat treated
  • Steels for Strength
    Developed primarily for high-strength applications, these steels are usually heat-treated alloys that provide strengths at least equal to those of as-rolled steel. Heat-treated constructional alloy steels and the ultrahigh-strength steels are used in applications where high strength can
  • Laser Heat Treatment
    Laser heat treatment (sintering, ablation) rasters or focuses a laser over a specific area. It is a surface modification process that is designed to change the microstructure of metals by controlled heating and cooling. The heat-treated area can be highly selective because lasers are able to heat
  • Nanostructured Steels Are On The Horizon
    Revolutionary steels devised with nanotechnology may be poised to usher in a new Iron Age. Transmission electron microscope micrograph showing the changes in the microstructure of nanosteel alloys with varying crystallization conditions. (Left) 500C for 100-hr heat treatment showing anisotropic
  • Carbon Steel
    , stamped, or otherwise shaped. Cast steels are poured to near-final shape in sand molds. The castings are then heat treated to achieve specified properties and machined to required dimensions. Wrought steel undergoes two operations. First, it is either poured into ingots or strand cast
  • Tool Steel
    The same properties that qualify tool steels for tools and dies are also used for other parts that require resistance to wear, stability during heat treatment, strength at high temperatures, or toughness. Tool steels are increasingly being used for mechanical parts to reduce size or weight
  • Ferritic Stainless Steel
    Ferritic stainless steels are straight-chromium 400-series metals that cannot be hardened by heat treatment, and only moderately hardened by cold marketing. They are magnetic, have good ductility, and resistant against corrosion and oxidation. Ferritic stainless steels have chromium levels

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