Bearing Steel Technology: Advances and State of the Art in Bearing Steel Quality Assurance. 7th volume, Issue 1465

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ASTM International, 2007 - Fatigue - 266 pages
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Contents

Overview
1
Study of Vacuum Carbon Deoxidation of High Carbon Chromium Bearing
20
Experiences in Using Ultrasonic Testing of Bearing Steel for Demanding
27
Evaluation Procedures of Nonmetallic Inclusions in Steel for Highly Reliable
34
A Statistical Method to Assess the Reliability of Cleanliness Measurements for High
42
Rapid Evaluation of the Inclusion in Bearing SteelTakeshi Muroi
52
Radioactivity Inspection Applied in SteelMaking IndustryStelvio Buoro
58
Standard Practice for Extreme Value Analysis of Non
67
The Characteristics of Vanadium Addition in Hardened Steel for Rolling Contact
140
A Novel Method for Evaluating the Influence of Hydrogen on Fatigue Properties
153
Performance Evaluation of Duplex Hardened Bearings for Advanced Turbine Engine
169
Plasma Assisted Heat Treatment Processes for Aerospace Bearing ApplicationsOSKAR
178
Comparison of Fatigue Performance of 32CrMoVI3 and M50 Steels in Presence
187
Continued Developments in Easily Carburizable High Speed Steel
198
The Developments of Austenitic Stainless Steel Bearing with High Corrosion Resistance
207
Characterization of Wear and Surface Reaction Layer Formation on Aerospace
214

Statistical Analysis of NonMetallic Inclusions for the Estimation of Rolling Contact
85
Cleanliness of Bearing Steels and Fatigue Life of Rolling ContactsA Kerrigan
101
The Challenge of Multiple Particles in Extreme Value Inclusion RatingStefano
107
Influence of Steel Making and Futher Processes on the Distortion of Bearing Steel
117
New Developments in Through Hardened Bearing Steel Grades for Use
131
Xray Microdiffraction Measurements for the Analysis of Bearing Operation
227
Study on Flaking Process in Bearings by White Etching Area GenerationKAZUHIKO
234
Are Multiaxial Fatigue Criteria Appropriate When Steels With Surface Defects
243
MicroPlastic Material Model and Residual Fields in Rolling ContactsGABRIEL
250
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