induction hardening


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induction hardening

[in′dək·shən ‚härd·ən·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A quench-hardening technique in which the required elevated temperature is obtained by electromagnetic induction.
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A mathematical model for induction hardening including mechanical effects.
Formed in 1966 by chairman Mr Wally Hammond, Hammond Heat Treatment Ltd currently employs an 86-strong workforce and is comprised of five divisions - batch processing, induction hardening, the fastener division, the surface engineering division, which is primarily a nitrocarburising process, and the recently formed automotive division, which is focused on high volume induction hardened parts.
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Berry will work with customers in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, where induction hardening and heat treating are extensively utilized for manufacturing automotive parts.
The volume's 15 chapters address component design, overview of the mechanisms of failure in heat treated steel components, mechanisms and causes of failure in heat treated steel parts, general aspects of failure analysis, failure in steel forging, failures from the casting process, sources of failures in carburized and carbonitrided components, fatigue fracture of nitrided layers, steel heat treatment failures due to quenching, steel failures due to tempering and isothermal heat treatment, failure analysis in tool steels, case studies of steel components failures in aerospace applications, failure analysis of powder metal steel components, induction hardening, and failure analysis of steel welds.
The original inline process to produce a steering rack might include broaching, deburring, induction hardening, and then straightening.
After machining, the parts are sent out for splining and the induction hardening of a bearing surface.
A project with GM's Saginaw Division (one of the world's largest heat treaters of automotive parts) to improve the process of induction hardening of parts.
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Chapters cover fundamentals of heat treating steel, hardness and hardenability, furnaces and related equipment, instrumentation and control of heat treating processes, carbon steels, alloy steels, case hardening of steel, flame and induction hardening, stainless steels, tool steels, cast irons, nonferrous alloys, and quality assurance.
For its 6-hp crankshaft, for example, 19 different processes are done, including milling, turning, induction hardening, key-way milling, drilling, tapping, grinding, washing, balancing, deburring, super-finishing, engraving, and bolt insertion.
And finally, fifth, crankshaft pins and mains have superior microstructural properties as compared to conventional crankshaft induction hardening processes utilizes "U"-shaped coils.