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The Nature of Hardening
Nature of the Quenching Process
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Alloy Steels alloying element aluminum American Society amount austenitizing temperature behavior beryllium boron calculation carbide-forming carbides carbon content carbon steels carburized chromium columbium cooling curve cooling rate Crafts and Lamont Davenport deoxidation depth of hardening diffusivity end-quench etch eutectoid example formation of pearlite fracture grain boundary grain size H-value Hafner and Toleman hardenability effect Hardenability Test ideal diameter ideal quench inches Fig inches per second increase in hardenability influence Isothermal Transformation Diagrams Jominy bar Jominy Test Kramer manganese measured molybdenum multiplying factor nitrogen nose nucleation oil quench oil-end-quench piece plain carbon position quenched end Quenching Media quenching temperatures rapidly rate of cooling round bars S-curve seconds Fig severity of quench shown in Fig shows Siegel and Brooks Society for Metals solution structure surface tellurium test-piece tion titanium tool steels transactions ture undissolved carbides unhardened core upper bainite values of Fig vanadium Wuerfel