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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
    By about 1974, I had amassed a drawer full ofjournal articles relating to surface hardening 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 .
  • Selected abstracts of Heat Treating Literature January–August 1984
    Surface Hardened Gold Is Made!
  • Grind Hardening Process
    Grind-hardening process thus is a novel, non- conventional, machining process that can be used for the simultaneous surface hardening and grinding of metallic components.
  • Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering and Technology
    The maximum depth of hardening achieved by laser surface hardening can be as high as 0.8 mm.
  • Advances in Materials Processing X
    Meanwhile, the cutting temperature decreases which making the temperature of the workpiece surface decrease and weakening the surface hardening , and ensuring the workpiece surface quality.
  • Advanced Tribology
    In order to improve wear resistance of engine cylinder, the surface hardening technology is analyzed.