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hardenability

[‚härd·ən·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(metallurgy)
In a ferrous alloy, the property that determines the depth and distribution of hardness induced by quenching from elevated temperatures.
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On the effect of manganese on grain size stability and hardenability in ultrafine-grained ferrite/martensite dual-phase steels, Metallurgical & Materials Transactions A 43A: 37-46.
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3% of total weight) in aluminum alloys containing copper and silicon significantly increased the material work hardenability and drastically reduced the tendency toward built-up edge formation on the cutting tool.
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.
Hardenability is essentially the ease of forming martensite and reflects the ability of a steel to be hardened to a specified depth as found in prior's works of Kirkaldy and Feldman, [7]; and Rudnev et al, [8].
Mechanical Testing - Hardness, Tensile and Proof Load, Jominy Hardenability, Expansion (Pin test), Flattening, Conductivity, Flare, Fastener, Bend, Stress Rupture, Hydrogen Embrittlement, Impact (Charpy), Drop Weight, Metallographic Evaluation, Weld and Braze Evaluation, and Failure Analysis.