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By Geoffrey Parrish

Unique discussions and over 250 graphs and charts describe the consequences of microstructure at the houses of carburized stees. In-depth assurance clarifies the factors, interpretation, prevention, and results of assorted microstructural adaptations and defects in carburized components. additionally coated are the results of post-hardening warmth remedies, floor grinding, and shot peening. Contents: inner Oxidation Decarburization Carbides Retained Austinite Grain dimension, Microsegregation, and Microcracking middle houses and Case intensity submit Hardening warmth remedies put up Carburizing Mechanical remedies.

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5 7 7 Hardness(a), HK 820 811 751 695 626 Surface residualslresses, MPa -40 +10 +140 +270 >270 Reheated 10 810 DC for I h, oil quenched at 55 DC, tempered at 150DC for 2 b. (a) I kg load. Source:ReflO Decarburization /41 tent C being formed in equilibrium with material of carbon content B. Therefore, because the atmosphere is decidedly decarburizing in nature, a further lowering of the average surface carbon content must result in the development of ferrite containing carbon to the equilibrium value C (curve 2, Fig.

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Consequently, when the whole of the case has eventually transformed, the surface will be in less compression, or even in tension, compared with a fully martensitic microstructure. An example of the influence of decarburization on residual stresses within a carburized surface is shown in Fig. 15. With no decarburization present and a surface carbon content of about 1%, the residual compressive stresses at the surface are in excess of 392 MPa (40 kg/mm 2). 3 mm, the residual stresses at the surface are virtually zero.

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