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Accm alloy alloy steel amount as-quenched ASM International austenite grain bainite bending fatigue strength burizing carbides carbon potential Carbonitrided Carburised carburized and hardened carburizing steels case-hardened surface case-hardening steels chromium composition compressive contact fatigue cooling rate core strength crack initiation cycles decarburization deformation direct quenched Distance from surface Effect eutectoid eutectoid carbon fatigue limit fatigue resistance ferrite formation fracture grade gradient grain boundaries grinding Heat Treat Heat Treatment high-carbon impact increases Influence internal oxidation Krauss layer load manganese martensite material matrix Metals microcracking microsegregation microstructure molybdenum nickel nitrided nonmetallic inclusions oil quenched pearlite properties reduced refrigeration reheat quenching residual stresses retained austenite content samples shear shot peening Source structure subzero surface carbon content surface hardness Table tempering temperature tenite tensile strength tensile stresses test pieces thermal tigue tion toughness Trans transformation ture wear wheel yield strength
Page 8 - The values and ranges shown on the case depth curves are to be used as guides. For gearing in which maximum performance is required, detailed studies must be made of the application, loading, and manufacturing procedures to obtain desirable gradients of both hardness and internal stress. Furthermore, the method of measuring the case as well as the allowable tolerance in case depth should be a matter of agreement between the customer and the manufacturer. [Courtesy American Gear Manufacturers...
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