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By Geoffrey Parrish

ISBN-10: 0871706660

ISBN-13: 9780871706669

Precise discussions and over 250 graphs and charts describe the results of microstructure at the houses of carburized stees. In-depth assurance clarifies the factors, interpretation, prevention, and effects of assorted microstructural diversifications and defects in carburized components. additionally lined are the consequences of post-hardening warmth remedies, floor grinding, and shot peening. Contents: inner Oxidation Decarburization Carbides Retained Austinite Grain dimension, Microsegregation, and Microcracking center houses and Case intensity submit Hardening warmth remedies put up Carburizing Mechanical remedies.

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Samples without HTIP: 10 failed at surface, 2 ran out , 23 failed subsurface. Replotted from Ref 17. (b) Fatigue data for samples with and without internal oxidation, quenched from 850 DC into oil at 70°C, temper at 180°C. 18 Mo. 01 o. 01 10 Depth 01surface material removed. 001 in. Fig. 25 Contact fatigue life in relation to the amount of material removed from carburized SAE 8620 samples prior to testing . The hatched band represents the depth of internal oxidation beneath the original surface of speci mens .

The depth of the decarburized layer is determined by the length of time that the part resides in the outlined furnace conditions. At temperatures below the AC3 and above the ACt, including those used for reheating and quenching (800 to 840°C), the decarburizing reaction is somewhat different (Ref 11). At these temperatures, the carbon content of the immediate surface (originally A in Fig. 9a) rapidly falls to the value shown by B. 5 7 7 Hardness(a), HK 820 811 751 695 626 Surface residualslresses, MPa -40 +10 +140 +270 >270 Reheated 10 810 DC for I h, oil quenched at 55 DC, tempered at 150DC for 2 b.

200 400 600 Hardness, HV5 800 1000 i ~ 200 Fig. 22 Rotating beam fatigue strength of casehardened 12 mm diam specimens, notched and unnotched. The line for carburized gears shown in Fig. 23 is superimposed (converted to rotating bending fatigue). ---r-----, 1000 r - - - - - , - - - - - , - - - - - - - , , . . l-~~\r_-f____,,£... 23 Effect of internal oxidation and surface microhardness on the fatigue properties of 4 mm modulus gears. 4. 10, internal oxidation. (a) Fatigue strength plots for 4 mm modulus gears.

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