heat treatment studies on 50crv4 spring steel scientific net

Effect of Various Heat Treatment Process on Tensile

In this paper, we study about the mechanical properties like Tensile strength and elongation for stainless steel. Author find out the effect of various heat treatment e.g. annealing, quenching and normalizing etc. on material properties through testing on samples using UTM. First of all, Metal rods are machined on lathe machine as per drawing of samples. Bainite kinetic transformation of austempered AISI 6150 steelMar 01, 2020 · To study the details of bainite transformation and activation energy of AISI 6150 steel, all the samples were austenized at 855 °C for 20 mins. in a high temperature salt bath followed by austempering at seven different temperature in a lower temperature salt bath:288 °C, 316 °C, 343 °C, 371 °C, 399 °C, 427 °C, or 454 °C, respectively.

Experimental and FEA analysis of Composite Leaf Spring

The material used for leaf springs is usually a plain carbon steel having 0.90 to 1.0% carbon. The leaves are heat treated after the forming process. The heat treatment of spring steel products greater strength and therefore greater load capacity, greater range of deflection and better fatigue properties. [8] Failure Analysis of Torsion Bar of Projectile Weaving Jun 15, 2010 · The spring steel (50CrV4, EN10132-4) is a heat-treatable alloy material. Two bars are damaged virtually every month in textile factory and the damage and resulting machine downtime resulted in significant loss of production. Therefore, the damaged torsion bars were evaluated and the cause of fracture of a bar manufactured was determined. Magnetic Stainless for Spring? - Metal and Metallurgy May 17, 2011 · Most 400 series stainless steels will be ferromagnetic after forming and heat treatment (if any). 440, 430 are typical ferritic grades stainless steels. 300 series s.s. will likely be weakly ferromagnetic after cold forming, 302 ss is an example.

Microstructural influence on fatigue properties of a high

Jan 01, 1998 · The spring steel used in this study was received from Pohang Iron and Steel Co. (POSCO) with a chemical composition, in wt.%, of:0.59 C, 2.49 Si, 0.50 Mn, 0.54 Cr, 1.98 Ni, 0.18 V and balance Fe. The steel samples were austenitized at 900°C for 40 min and quenched in oil (5060°C). Physical Metallurgy of Modern Creep-Resistant Steel for Nov 30, 2016 · The fact that the microstructure of steel depends on its composition and the heat treatment given to it has been heavily exploited in the design of steel for power plant applications. To obtain a steel that can function at the higher temperature where power plants operate without failure for extended life, heat treatment is needed to produce fine and highly stable dispersion of carbides Rapid Thermal Processing to Enhance Steel Toughness Jan 11, 2018 · The steel used in this study was from an industrial heat produced by ArcelorMittal, received in the form of 12.7 mm (0.5 in) plate, courtesy of

The influence of hydrogen on very high cycle fatigue

The influence of hydrogen on very high cycle fatigue (VHCF) properties of high strength spring steel 50CrV4 was studied in this paper. Three groups of specimens with different hydrogen contents (CH) were prepared through different heat treatment procedures:quenched and tempered (specimen QT), annealed at 380 C in a vacuum after QT (specimen VA), and treated by high-pressure thermal Heat Treatment of Friction Surfaced Steel - Scientific.NetFriction surfacing is a solid state process and it is amenable for deposition of aluminum on steel. In this investigation, the mild steel surface was coated with a layer of aluminum using friction surfacing route. The aluminum thickness was in the range of 40-50 m. It was followed by a heat treatment step to convert aluminum layer in to an aluminide layer.