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peening

[′pēn·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Surface-hardening a piece of metal by hammering or by bombarding with hard shot.

peening

The working of a metal by means of hammer blows.
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Straaltechniek International BV, founded in 1982, develops and builds complete installations for shot peening and high-end blasting applications, and is the leading supplier of installations and services in the field of surface treatment.
And alluding to Laser shock peening (LSP), it is an inventive surface treatment method which makes compressive remaining stresses close to the surface, in this way created fatigue show of metallic elements [7, 8].
The RS present may arise from each step in the fabrication of the spring: extruding the wire (or rolling of the flat stock if applicable), any heat treatment applied, any coiling or forming, the machining of additional features, shot peening, heat-setting, and even a paint bake cycle.
If the hammer peening frequency f for the electromagnetic device is set to 200 Hz, a deviation of 31 [micro]m occurs if there is a difference in speed of about 372 mm/min at a target feed rate of 1200 mm/min (Table 2 first row).
The water jet peening process provides an interior surface mitigation approach for reactorvessel nozzle-dissimilar metal welds," said Rich Clemens, Vice President Strategic Projects for Wolf Creek.
Traditional peening takes a "shotgun" or blanket blast approach to peening parts.
Here, the martensites less than 10% were produced by shot peening at room temperature.
processes, Variance in material lots, Effects of surface finish, heat treating, shot peening, and other geometric factors, Effects of corrosive or high-temperature environments, Compliance with quality, safety, and cost effectiveness requirements.
Whether reading ink jet or dot peening, the device handles direct part marking (DPM) identification for traceability in production, logistics, pharmaceuticals and automotive.
Cheek buffer shaft for bends, mushrooming, peening and cracks on the face.