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Evaluating decarburization in tool steel rod

Evaluating decarburization in tool steel rod

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Decarburization is a potential problem in the processing of many steel products, especially where subsequent surface removal is to be minimized. Certainly this is the case for steel redraw stock. In ...
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Number of pages:6
Year published:2011
Weight:0.2500
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By Rebecca D. Cioffi and Roger N. Wright, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and Stephen Mayott, General Dynamics Electric Boat, USA
2011
 
Decarburization is a potential problem in the processing of many steel products, especially where subsequent surface removal is to be minimized. Certainly this is the case for steel redraw stock. In this study, systematic thermal processes have been coupled with detailed micro- and nano-hardness measurements in an effort to develop predictive capability for the extent of decarburization and related oxidation in rod processing. Emphasis has been placed on alloy and tool steels.
  
 
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