By Geoffrey Parrish
Specific discussions and over 250 graphs and charts describe the consequences of microstructure at the homes of carburized stees. In-depth insurance clarifies the motives, interpretation, prevention, and results of varied microstructural adaptations and defects in carburized components. additionally lined are the consequences of post-hardening warmth remedies, floor grinding, and shot peening. Contents: inner Oxidation Decarburization Carbides Retained Austinite Grain dimension, Microsegregation, and Microcracking middle homes and Case intensity submit Hardening warmth remedies submit Carburizing Mechanical remedies.
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_+--__:_t--____j .............. J,----J -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 Dew point. °C 30 40 Fig. 4 Variation of carbon potential with dew point for an endothermic-based atmosphere containing 20% CO and 40% H 2 in contact with plain-carbon steel at various workpiece temperatures. 21----+--+---+--'-",~--__i - o 15 30 60 90 .. min Fig. 6 Decarburization as a function of holding time at different temperatures. Solid lines, samples with protective coating; dashed Iines, samples without protective coating.