austempering

austempering

[‚ȯs′tem·pə·riŋ]
(metallurgy)
A process for the heat treatment of austenitic steel.
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HSC Principal Dick McClain said, "The High Street Capital partners are looking forward to working with the world-class leadership team and employees at AP to continue AP's mission 'To grow the pie for Austempering.
While the casting is held at the austempering temperature, the nucleation and growth of accrular ferrite occurs, accompanied by the transition of carbon into austenite.
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has a proven reputation as the leader in austempering technology.
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