Bearing Steel Technology, Issue 1419

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John M. Beswick
ASTM International, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 533 pages
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Just as sushi can be made with any kind of rice, so bearings can be made with any kind of steel, but the discerning can tell the difference, and will not be back for seconds. Here 34 papers from an international symposium in Phoenix look at developments in the process for making steel suitable for b
 

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Contents

Effect of Steel Making and Processing Parameters on Carbide Banding
27
Ultra Clean Steel for AntiFrictlon Bearing Applicationss GANGULY
47
Environmentally Friendly Bearing Steel With Reduced Hardening Distortlon
86
Influence of Hydrogen Trapped by Inclusions on Fatigue Strength of Bearing Steelh
113
Statistical Prediction of the Maximum Inclusion Size in Bearing Steels
125
Steel Supplier Evaluation Techniques to Assure Bearing Performancej o WOLFE
138
Study of Evaluating Method for NonMetallic Inclusions and Development of Slag
148
Higher MacroCleanliness of Bearing Steels Needs More Accurate
164
Improved Bearing Steel for Applications Involving Debris Higher Loads
320
The Effect of Bearing Steel Composition and Microstructure on Debris Dented
330
Wear and Corrosion Resistant PM Tool Steels for Advanced Bearing Applieation
349
A Comparison of the Mechanical and Physical Properties of Contemporary
362
A High Performance Bearing Alloy
375
Duplex Hardening for Aerospace Bearing SteelsE STREIT AND W TROJAFIN
386
Carburizable High Speed Steel AlioysD W HETZNER
399
The Development of Bearing Steels with Long Life and High Corrosion
414

Recent Evaluation Procedures of Nonmetallic Inclnsions in Bearing Steels Statistics
176
A New Physically Based Model for Predicting the Fatigue Life Distribution of Rolling
197
Estimation of Rolling Bearing Life Under Contaminated Lubrication
213
Rolling Contact Fatigue Under WaterInfdtrated Lubricationv MATSUMOTO
226
Microstructural Optimisation of Bearing Steels for Operation Under Contaminated
244
Rolling Contact Fatigue Tests to Investigate Surface Initiated Damage
263
Development of Long Life Rolling Bearings for Use in the Extreme Conditions
285
The Effect of V Ai and N on the Fatigue Life of a Carbonitrided Bearings
297
Development of a New Material for Guide Roll Bearings for Continuous Casting
309
Local ElastoPlastic Properties of Bearing Steels Determined by NanoIndentation
426
Microstructural Stability and Bearing PerformanceA P VOSKAMP
443
A Physically Based Endurance Limit Model for Through Hardened and Surface
459
Fatigue Limit StressA New and Superior Criterion for Life Rating of Rolling
474
Application of a New Physically Based Model to Determine the Influence
493
Rolling Bearing Material Quality Fatigue TestingMaterial Quality Life Factors
509
Author Index
527
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Page 526 - Lundberg G. and Palmgren A., Dynamic Capacity of Rolling Bearings, Acta Polytechnica, Mechanical Engineering Series, Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, VoL 1, No 3, 7, 1947.
Page 525 - Observations of the Peeling Mode of Failure and Surface-Originated Flaking from a Ring-to-Ring Rolling Contact Fatigue Test Rig," Rolling Contact Fatigue Testing of Bearing Steels, ASTM STP 771, pp.
Page 526 - Inclusion rating by statistics of extreme values and its application to fatigue strength prediction and quality control of materials

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