Jominy test

Jominy test

[′jäm·ə·nē ‚test]
(metallurgy)
A hardenability test in which a steel bar is heated to the desired austenitizing temperature and quench-hardened at one end and then measured for hardness along its length, beginning at the quenched end. Also known as Jominy end quench test.
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The [beta] value is a parameter obtained by the Jominy test.
Una prueba estandarizada para determinar la templabilidad es la Jominy Test ASTM A 225 Standard Test Methods for Determining Hardenability of Steel (ASTM Book of Standards Volume: 01.05; 2014) el cual mantiene los parametros de proceso fijo y solo varia el tipo de acero a probar en la prueba.
The most efficient and reliable hardenability test is the Jominy test, where a standard size and shape ingot of steel is heated until transformed to 100% austenite and then rapidly cooled, starting from one end.