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  • Surface Hardening
    Surface hardening processes include ion implantation, diffusion surface treatment processes such as (carburizing, nitriding or Kolsterising®), and localized or induction surface heatment. Surface hardening processes are well suited for improving the wear resistance and corrosion resistance
  • Hardfacing and Surface Hardening
    , and other processes. Surface hardening processes include ion implantation and diffusion surface treatment processes such as carburizing, nitriding or Kolsterising®, as well as localized or induction surface heat treatment. Kolsterising is a registered trademark of Bodycote International.
  • 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
  • Surface hardening of steel screws
    Induction heating enables precise application of heat, faster process time and production rates and the ability to be incorporated into existing production lines
  • Surface hardening of steel screws [PFS]
    Induction heating enables precise application of heat, faster process time and production rates and the ability to be incorporated into existing production lines
  • Surface hardening of steel screws [MEC]
    Induction heating enables precise application of heat, faster process time and production rates and the ability to be incorporated into existing production lines
  • Hard Case of Stainless (.pdf)
    New process for surface hardening of stainless steel without compromising corrosion resistance. From Mechanical Engineering magazine
  • Metallurgical Insights for Induction Heat Treaters. Part 5: Super-Hardening Phenomenon (.pdf)
    microstructure have a pronounced effect on the appearance of the super-hardening phenomenon. Fine grain homogenous normalized structures, as well as quenched and tempered structures have more of a chance to exhibit super-hardening. The phenomenon of super-hardening of induction surface (case

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  • Failure Analysis of Heat Treated Steel Components
    417 Janez Grum, University of Ljubljana Steels for Surface Hardening .............................................................................................
  • Handbook of Residual Stress and Deformation of Steel
    � processes include an over- view of the induction hardening process and steels used for this process, magnetic flux con- centrators, conditions in induction heating and quenching of machine parts, residual stress sur- face profiles after induction surface hardening , stress profiles in the �
  • ZFAHT2008P417
    Induction surface hardening is applicable to axisymmetric or near-axisymmetric machine parts in steel or cast iron that are produced in substantial volumes.
  • Encyclopedia of Tribology
    5, 457�462 (1975) J.R. Davis, Surface Hardening of Steels � Understanding the basics (ASM International, Materials Park, 2002a) J. Davis, Surface Hardening of Steels: Understanding the Basics (ASM International, Materials Park, 2002b), p. 22.
  • Ferrous Materials
    An exception is preliminary hardening and quenching of steels, such as 100Cr6, to limit hardening distortion or to increase the hardening depth for surface hardening .
  • Carburizing: Microstructures and Properties
    To a large extent, my work focused on the surface hardening of gear teeth (carbon case hardening, induction hardening, and nitride case-hardening processes; materials and properties).
  • ZHRSD2002P220
    INDUCTION SURFACE HARDENING offers a number of advantages over other heat treatment methods.
  • ZSHOS2002P237
    Surface Hardening of Steels J.R. Davis, editor, p237-274 DOI: 10.1361/shos2002p237 .