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  • Wear and corrosion resistance of laser surface hardened ...

    2002-12-2u2002·u2002The steel selected for this study is typical of candidate material for a variety of surface hardened structural components. In contrast to the abundance of research reported on the microstructural and tribological characterisation of laser treated surfaces, the study of both wear and corrosion resistance has produced a much smaller body of ...

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  • Introduction to Surface Hardening of Steels

    2014-11-5u2002·u2002mary surface-hardened steels used in wear ... low-carbon alloy steel Low equipment costs; difficult to control case depth accurately ... structural elements can have adverse effects on the distribution of residual stress in the case-hardened part. Consequently, a high car-

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  • Wear and corrosion resistance of laser surface hardened ...

    CO2 laser surface treatment in solid state has been performed on a CK60 structural steel. The laser energy density was lower than the melting threshold and only caused surface hardening.

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  • Non-Alloy Tool Steel - Stahlvertrieb Wilhelm Jungermann ...

    Non-alloyed tool steels have a carbon content of between 0.5 and 1.5 % and often contain small amounts of tungsten. For example, non-alloyed tool steels are used in plug tools for pneumatic hammers which are used in the field of mining and road construction (drill bit steel).

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  • Wear Characteristic of Surface Hardened Ausferritic Si-Steel

    In the current study, a high-carbon, high-alloy steel (0.79 pct C, 1.5 pct Si, 1.98 pct Mn, 0.98 pct Cr, 0.24 pct Mo, 1.06 pct Al, and 1.58 pct Co in wt pct) was subjected to an isothermal ...

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  • Effects of alloying elements on surface oxides of hot–dip ...

    2020-12-25u2002·u2002Surface and coating analysis of press-hardened hot-dip galvanized steel sheet Steel Res. Int., 83 ( 2012 ), pp. 1005 - 1011, 10.1002/srin.201200068 CrossRef …

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  • Microstructural evolution and mechanical behaviour of ...

    2014-6-12u2002·u2002The optical micrographs show the full width of a single laser track of A1 type sample (one side shown in Fig. 2a and both sides (Fig. 2b)) obtained from the cross-section of laser treated A2 type steel sheet. It appears that the depth of the laser-hardened layer is ≈300 μm.The maximum hardness level (≈300 HV) is obtained from the hardness profile along the cross-sections of the one side ...

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  • New Stainless Steel Alloys for Low Temperature Surface ...

    2015-8-27u2002·u2002The present contribution showcases the possibility for developing new surface hardenable stainless steels containing strong nitride/carbide forming elements (SNCFE). Nitriding of the commercial alloys, austenitic A286, and ferritic AISI 409 illustrates the beneficial effect of having SNCFE present in the stainless steel alloys. The presented computational approach for alloy design enables ...

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  • Introduction to Surface Hardening of Steels

    2014-11-5u2002·u2002mary surface-hardened steels used in wear ... low-carbon alloy steel Low equipment costs; difficult to control case depth accurately ... structural elements can have adverse effects on the distribution of residual stress in the case-hardened part. Consequently, a high car-

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  • Hardened Steel Price, 2021 Hardened Steel Price ...

    Hardened Steel Price - Select 2021 high quality Hardened Steel Price products in best price from certified Chinese Hardened Steel Washer manufacturers, Hardened Steel Nails suppliers, wholesalers and factory on Made-in-China.com

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  • EVALUATION OF SURFACE FINISH AND ITS EFFECT ON

    2018-7-12u2002·u2002Medium alloy carbon steel has become the choice of material for high temperature applications due to its desirable mechanical ... Protective coatings are formed on the structural materials to ensure its use in harsher environments to avoid surface ... 3 and the surface of the non-hardened sample was

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  • (PDF) Peculiarities of Fatigue Fracture of Steel Hardened ...

    The influence of such surface structural characteristics as case depth, hardness of the compound layer and case hardness on fatigue behaviour of nitrided steel was investigated.

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  • Difference Between Case Hardening and Surface Hardening ...

    2018-1-11u2002·u2002The differential metal structure surface hardening process makes the surface more hardened than the interior of the metal. This can be done in two different ways: carburizing and nitriding Carburizing. In carburizing, the metal alloy is placed at a high temperature for several hours in a carbonaceous environment.

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  • Steel material properties - SteelConstruction.info

    2020-11-19u2002·u2002Technical delivery conditions for non-alloy structural steels, BSI. ↑ NA+A1:2014 to BS EN 1993-1-1:2005+A1:2014, UK National Annex to Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures General rules and rules for buildings, BSI ↑ 3.0 3.1 BS EN 10210-1:2006 Hot finished structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels. Technical delivery ...

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  • US20180080102A1 - Surface-hardened aluminum-rare earth ...

    Embodiments of surface-hardened aluminum-rare earth alloys and methods of making the alloys are disclosed. In some embodiments, the alloy comprises aluminum and 4 wt % to 60 wt % of a rare earth component X having a maximum solid solubility of ≦0.5 wt % in aluminum. The surface-hardened alloy component has an alloy bulk portion and a hardened alloy surface portion.

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  • Guide to Steel and Stainless Steel: Descriptions, Types ...

    2017-2-15u2002·u2002Ferritic stainless steel is non-hardenable by heat treatment and normally used in the annealed or soft condition. Is is an iron-chromium alloy that cannot be hardened by heat treatment.Ferritic stainless steel is frequently used for decorative trim and equipment subjected to high pressures and temperatures.Ferritic stainless steel is used in ...

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  • Technical Handbook Bar Products - Atlas Steels

    2021-5-21u2002·u20024.8 atlas 4340: through–hardening low alloy steel bar 46 4.9 atlas 6580: through–hardening low alloy steel bar 49 4.10 atlas 8620h: case–hardening steel bar 52 4.11 atlas 6587: case–hardening alloy steel bar 54 4.12 atlas 6657: case–hardening alloy steel bar 56 4.13 atlas micro900: high-tensile micro-alloy steel bar 58

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  • What is Alloy Steel - Definition

    2021-9-22u2002·u2002Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon, but the term alloy steel usually only refers to steels that contain other elements— like vanadium, molybdenum, or cobalt—in amounts sufficient to alter the properties of the base steel. In general, alloy steel is steel that is alloyed with a variety of elements in total amounts between 1.0% and 50% by weight to improve its mechanical properties.

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  • Case hardening (surface hardening) - tec-science

    2018-7-8u2002·u2002hardening (quenching & tempering) In case hardening, a low-carbon steel ( case hardening steel) with a maximum of 0.2 % carbon is first exposed to a carbon-containing environment. In the early days, the steel was practically placed in a 'case' of glowing coke. The carbon then diffuses into the surface layer, where it leads to an enrichment ...

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  • Steel grades

    Mild steel grades. Mild non-alloy steels for cold-rolling. Steel grades – Mild non-alloy steels for direct cold-forming. Extra deep drawing grade DD14 Bor. Extra deep drawing grade DD14 Ti.

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  • 35HM, 34CrMo4, 1.7220 - Structural alloy steel - Virgamet

    2018-1-6u2002·u200235HM, 34CrMo4, 1.7220 - specification and applications. Structural hardened steel with the best mechanical properties at 40-70mm dimensions, designed for water or oil hardening, and inductiv or fire surface hardening after a thermal improvement after which the hardness of the surface …

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  • Guide to Steel and Stainless Steel: Descriptions, Types ...

    2017-2-15u2002·u2002Ferritic stainless steel is non-hardenable by heat treatment and normally used in the annealed or soft condition. Is is an iron-chromium alloy that cannot be hardened by heat treatment.Ferritic stainless steel is frequently used for decorative trim and equipment subjected to high pressures and temperatures.Ferritic stainless steel is used in ...

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  • Difference Between Case Hardening and Surface

    2018-1-11u2002·u2002The differential metal structure surface hardening process makes the surface more hardened than the interior of the metal. This can be done in two different ways: carburizing and nitriding Carburizing. In carburizing, the metal alloy is placed at a high temperature for several hours in a carbonaceous environment.

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  • Hardening of Steel: Objectives and Components

    2021-9-24u2002·u2002I. Through-hardened steel, II. Shallow hardening steel in which transformation occurs simultaneously at the surface and the centre, III. Shallow-hardening steel in which transformation to pearlite occurs earlier in the centre, than martensite at the surface. Let the steel be eutectoid steel-0.77% carbon. I. Through Hardening Steels:

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  • Properties of Steel

    2019-9-10u2002·u2002Alloy Steel. Alloy steel was created in order to further improve the properties of steel by combining iron and carbon with other alloys. Similarly to Carbon Steels, AISI Chromoly Alloy steels named 41xx have a carbon content equal to .xx%. For instance 4140 has .40% carbon content. Alloy Elements. Aluminum: Helps Case Hardening Through Nitriding

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  • European standards for metalic materials :: Total Materia ...

    European standards for metalic materials. Abstract: In the table of European standards for metallic materials, specifications for seamless and welded steel pipes and pipes products, wire and wire products, forgings, sheets, strips and definition of steel products are presented. EN 1369. 1996 - 09. Founding; magnetic particle inspection. EN 1370.

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  • What Is Alloy Steel

    The higher the alloying elements content, the more-used the alloy steel is. On the other hand, the higher the carbon content, the harder and less usable the steel becomes. Nonetheless, carbon steel scores point in the price category. Carbon steel is relatively cheaper, especially as the carbon content is lower.

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  • Tempering Steel Process - Microstructures and color chart

    2021-9-13u2002·u2002Tempering Steel after hardening Definition. Tempering steel process after hardening is the heat treatment process carried on as-quenched steel to a temperature that is lower than a lower critical temperature line to induce ductility and toughness.. In general, heat treatment is carried out to bring balance between hardness and toughness.

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  • Case hardening (surface hardening) - tec-science

    2018-7-8u2002·u2002hardening (quenching & tempering) In case hardening, a low-carbon steel ( case hardening steel) with a maximum of 0.2 % carbon is first exposed to a carbon-containing environment. In the early days, the steel was practically placed in a 'case' of glowing coke. The carbon then diffuses into the surface layer, where it leads to an enrichment ...

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  • Steel grades

    Mild steel grades. Mild non-alloy steels for cold-rolling. Steel grades – Mild non-alloy steels for direct cold-forming. Extra deep drawing grade DD14 Bor. Extra deep drawing grade DD14 Ti.

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  • 35HM, 34CrMo4, 1.7220 - Structural alloy steel - Virgamet

    2018-1-6u2002·u200235HM, 34CrMo4, 1.7220 - specification and applications. Structural hardened steel with the best mechanical properties at 40-70mm dimensions, designed for water or oil hardening, and inductiv or fire surface hardening after a thermal improvement after which the hardness of the surface is between 52-57 HRC.

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  • Guide to Steel and Stainless Steel: Descriptions, Types ...

    2017-2-15u2002·u2002Ferritic stainless steel is non-hardenable by heat treatment and normally used in the annealed or soft condition. Is is an iron-chromium alloy that cannot be hardened by heat treatment.Ferritic stainless steel is frequently used for decorative trim and equipment subjected to high pressures and temperatures.Ferritic stainless steel is used in ...

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  • Difference Between Case Hardening and Surface Hardening ...

    2018-1-11u2002·u2002The differential metal structure surface hardening process makes the surface more hardened than the interior of the metal. This can be done in two different ways: carburizing and nitriding Carburizing. In carburizing, the metal alloy is placed at a high temperature for several hours in a carbonaceous environment.

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  • Hardening of Steel: Objectives and Components

    2021-9-24u2002·u2002I. Through-hardened steel, II. Shallow hardening steel in which transformation occurs simultaneously at the surface and the centre, III. Shallow-hardening steel in which transformation to pearlite occurs earlier in the centre, than martensite at the surface. Let the steel be eutectoid steel-0.77% carbon. I. Through Hardening Steels:

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  • Properties of Steel

    2019-9-10u2002·u2002Alloy Steel. Alloy steel was created in order to further improve the properties of steel by combining iron and carbon with other alloys. Similarly to Carbon Steels, AISI Chromoly Alloy steels named 41xx have a carbon content equal to .xx%. For instance 4140 has .40% carbon content. Alloy Elements. Aluminum: Helps Case Hardening Through Nitriding

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  • European standards for metalic materials :: Total Materia ...

    European standards for metalic materials. Abstract: In the table of European standards for metallic materials, specifications for seamless and welded steel pipes and pipes products, wire and wire products, forgings, sheets, strips and definition of steel products are presented. EN 1369. 1996 - 09. Founding; magnetic particle inspection. EN 1370.

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  • What Is Alloy Steel

    The higher the alloying elements content, the more-used the alloy steel is. On the other hand, the higher the carbon content, the harder and less usable the steel becomes. Nonetheless, carbon steel scores point in the price category. Carbon steel is relatively cheaper, especially as the carbon content is lower.

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  • Tempering Steel Process - Microstructures and color chart

    2021-9-13u2002·u2002Tempering Steel after hardening Definition. Tempering steel process after hardening is the heat treatment process carried on as-quenched steel to a temperature that is lower than a lower critical temperature line to induce ductility and toughness.. In general, heat treatment is carried out to bring balance between hardness and toughness.

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  • ASTM F3125 F3125M - 19e2 Standard Specification for

    DOI: 10.1520/F3125_F3125M-19E02 Citation Format. ASTM F3125 F3125M-19e2, Standard Specification for High Strength Structural Bolts and Assemblies, Steel and Alloy Steel, Heat Treated, Inch Dimensions 120 ksi and 150 ksi Minimum Tensile Strength, and Metric Dimensions 830 MPa and 1040 MPa Minimum Tensile Strength, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2019, www.astm.org

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  • Alloy 410S Ferritic Stainless Steel - Sandmeyer Steel

    2021-8-24u2002·u2002Alloy 410S (UNS S41008) is a low carbon, non–hardening modification of Alloy 410 (UNS S41000) the general purpose 12% chromium martensitic stainless steel. The low carbon and a small alloy addition minimize austenite formation at high temperatures which restricts the alloys ability to harden. 410S remains soft and ductile even when rapidly ...

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  • Surface Finish: 1U 1C 1E 1D 1X 1G 2A 2H 2C 2D 2E 2B 2G

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002The surface hardness may be higher than the centre hardness. 2G: Smooth, uniform and bright. Free of surface defects. Finishes 2H, 2D or 2B, centreless ground, mechanically smoothed (optional) Finish for close tolerances. Unless otherwise agreed the surface roughness shall be Ra ≤ 1,2. 2P: Smoother and brighter than finish 2B or 2G. Free of ...

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  • Standard Specification for Hardened Steel Washers Inch

    1.1 This specification covers the chemical, mechanical, and dimensional requirements for hardened steel washers for use with fasteners having nominal thread diameters of 1 4 through 4 in. and M12 through M100. These washers are intended for general-purpose mechanical and structural use with bolts, nuts, studs, and other internally and externally threaded fasteners.

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  • Aluminium alloy - Wikipedia

    2021-9-25u2002·u2002Aluminium alloys with a wide range of properties are used in engineering structures. Alloy systems are classified by a number system or by names indicating their main alloying constituents (DIN and ISO).Selecting the right alloy for a given application entails considerations of its tensile strength, density, ductility, formability, workability, weldability, and corrosion resistance, to name a few.

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  • Characteristics of Food Contact surface materials ...

    2021-8-16u2002·u2002steel is impacted by surface treatments and coatings. Thus, an awareness of the properties of the various stainless steels is required by fabricators, as well as by potential users of food equipment. general characteristics of stainless steel From a metallurgical perspective, steel is an iron alloy …

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    CGI Commercial offers high-quality commercial doors and windows solutions for storefronts and developments in Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and the wider Florida area.

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  • Structural Design for Non-Structural Engineers - EIT ...

    Structural Design for Non-Structural Engineers This manual will provide you the basic knowledge of structural engineering including principles of analysis of structures and their application, behavior of materials under loading, selection of construction materials and design fundamentals for RCC and steel …

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  • Structural Steel Welding

    2013-9-17u2002·u2002Structural Steel Welding Semih Genculu, P.E. Arc welding requires striking a low-voltage, high-current arc between an electrode and the workpiece (base metal). The intense heat generated with this arc melts the base metal and allows the joining of two components. The characteristic of

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  • Steel Grades - Stainless Steel Tube

    2 days agou2002·u2002Hot Finished Structural Hollow Sections of Non-alloy and Fine Grain Steels: 21.3-1219mm: EN 10216-1: P195TRI,P195TR2,P235TR1, P235TR2, P265TR I, P265TR2: Seamless Steel Tubes for Pressure Purposes-1- Non-alloy Steel Tubes with Specified Room Temperature Properties: 10.2-711mm: EN 10216-2: P195GH, P235GH, P265GH, 20MnNb6,16Mo3, 8MoB5-4,

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  • Case hardening (surface hardening) - tec-science

    2018-7-8u2002·u2002hardening (quenching & tempering) In case hardening, a low-carbon steel ( case hardening steel) with a maximum of 0.2 % carbon is first exposed to a carbon-containing environment. In the early days, the steel was practically placed in a 'case' of glowing coke. The carbon then diffuses into the surface layer, where it leads to an enrichment ...

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  • Steel grades

    Mild steel grades. Mild non-alloy steels for cold-rolling. Steel grades – Mild non-alloy steels for direct cold-forming. Extra deep drawing grade DD14 Bor. Extra deep drawing grade DD14 Ti.

    Get Price
  • 35HM, 34CrMo4, 1.7220 - Structural alloy steel - Virgamet

    2018-1-6u2002·u200235HM, 34CrMo4, 1.7220 - specification and applications. Structural hardened steel with the best mechanical properties at 40-70mm dimensions, designed for water or oil hardening, and inductiv or fire surface hardening after a thermal improvement after which the hardness of …

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  • Guide to Steel and Stainless Steel: Descriptions, Types ...

    2017-2-15u2002·u2002Ferritic stainless steel is non-hardenable by heat treatment and normally used in the annealed or soft condition. Is is an iron-chromium alloy that cannot be hardened by heat treatment.Ferritic stainless steel is frequently used for decorative trim and equipment subjected to high pressures and temperatures.Ferritic stainless steel is used in ...

    Get Price
  • Difference Between Case Hardening and Surface

    2018-1-11u2002·u2002The differential metal structure surface hardening process makes the surface more hardened than the interior of the metal. This can be done in two different ways: carburizing and nitriding Carburizing. In carburizing, the metal alloy is placed at a high temperature for several hours in a carbonaceous environment.

    Get Price
  • Hardening of Steel: Objectives and Components

    2021-9-24u2002·u2002I. Through-hardened steel, II. Shallow hardening steel in which transformation occurs simultaneously at the surface and the centre, III. Shallow-hardening steel in which transformation to pearlite occurs earlier in the centre, than martensite at the surface. Let the steel be eutectoid steel-0.77% carbon. I. Through Hardening Steels:

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  • Properties of Steel

    2019-9-10u2002·u2002Alloy Steel. Alloy steel was created in order to further improve the properties of steel by combining iron and carbon with other alloys. Similarly to Carbon Steels, AISI Chromoly Alloy steels named 41xx have a carbon content equal to .xx%. For instance 4140 has .40% carbon content. Alloy Elements. Aluminum: Helps Case Hardening Through Nitriding

    Get Price
  • European standards for metalic materials :: Total Materia ...

    European standards for metalic materials. Abstract: In the table of European standards for metallic materials, specifications for seamless and welded steel pipes and pipes products, wire and wire products, forgings, sheets, strips and definition of steel products are presented. EN 1369. 1996 - 09. Founding; magnetic particle inspection. EN 1370.

    Get Price
  • What Is Alloy Steel

    The higher the alloying elements content, the more-used the alloy steel is. On the other hand, the higher the carbon content, the harder and less usable the steel becomes. Nonetheless, carbon steel scores point in the price category. Carbon steel is relatively cheaper, especially as the carbon content is lower.

    Get Price
  • Tempering Steel Process - Microstructures and color chart

    2021-9-13u2002·u2002Tempering Steel after hardening Definition. Tempering steel process after hardening is the heat treatment process carried on as-quenched steel to a temperature that is lower than a lower critical temperature line to induce ductility and toughness.. In general, heat treatment is carried out to bring balance between hardness and toughness.

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