Heat Treater's Guide: Practices and Procedures for Irons and Steels
ASM International, Dec 31, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 904 pages
This edition is a complete revision and contains a great deal of new subject matter including information on ferrous powder metallurgy, cast irons, ultra high strength steels, furnace atmospheres, quenching processes, SPC and computer technology. Data on over 135 additional irons and steels have been added to the previously-covered 280 alloys.
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Heat Treating Processes and SelfQuenching Processes 89 1064
Guidelines for the Heat Treatment Introduction 121 1118
Alloy Steels 1300 through
75 Center quench aerospace practice AFNOR air cooled air Hardening AISI alloy ammonia approximately as-quenched hardness HRC ASTM atmosphere austempering austenitizing temperature bainite carbide carbon content carbonitriding carburizing center oil Chemical Composition chromium Cool in air cool rapidly decarburization dew point diam Distance below surface Distance from quenched ductile iron endothermic ferrite Finish machine forging stock drops grades h per inch Hardness limits Hardness vs Tempering Heat Treating Practice limits for specification Location in round martempering martensite Maximum Minimum Microstructures Mild water quench nital nitriding oil quenched pearlite Preheat purposes J distance quenched end quenched Hardness quenched in oil radius from center Recommended Heat Treating Recommended Processing Sequence Rough machine salt bath sections Similar Steels U.S. sintered spheroidized Steels U.S. and/or stress relieved Surface Mild 15 Surface Mild water Tempering temperature tensile strength tool steels Treating Practice Normalizing U.S. and/or Foreign Yield strength