Heat Treatment

PREVENTION OF QUENCH CRACKING IN LARGE SECTION SIZES
Kyle Rackers Process Metallurgist Scot Forge Corporation
Effect of Heating Rate and Prior Microstructure on Austenization Kinetics of 5150 Hot-Rolled and Quenched and Tempered Steel
K.D. Clarke and C.J. Van Tyne, CD STEEL: Steel Product Metallurgy and Applications, Proceedings of Materials Science and Technology (MS&T'07), edited by Brian D. Nelson, Detroit, MI, USA (2007), pp. 367-382. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
MODELING THE INFLUENCE OF INCLUSIONS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FORGED PRODUCTS: PROCESS DESIGN APPROACH
KULDEEP AGARWALA, RAJIV SHIVPURIB A Minnesota State University Mankato, Department of Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering Technology, 205 Trafton Center E, Mankato, MN 56001, USA [email protected] B The Ohio State University, Integrated Systems Engineering, 1971 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43017, USA, [email protected]
Heat Treating Optimization of Forged Ti-6Al-4V Components
Tim Soucek Wyman Gordon Forgings Inc., Cleveland, OH Kenneth Craymer and David Schwam Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Effects of Induction Hardening and Prior Cold Work on a Microalloyed Medium Carbon Steel
J.L. Cunningham, D.J. Medlin, and G. Krauss, Proceedings of 1st International Induction Heat Treating Symposium. ASM Materials Week, ASM, Materials Park, Ohio, 1997, pp. 575-583. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
The Effect of Induction Hardening on the Mechanical Properties of Steel With Controlled Prior Microstructures
J. J. Coryell, D.K. Matlock, and J.G. Speer, Heat Treating for the 21st Century: Vision 2020 and New materials DevelopmentProceedings of Materials Science & Technology 2005, pp. 3-14. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
The Effect of Prior Microstructure on the Fatigue of Induction Hardened AISI-1050 Steel
T.J. Favenyesi, D.J. Medlin, D.K. Matlock, and G. Krauss, in Proceedings of the 40th Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Conference, ISS, Warrendale, PA, 1998, pp. 733-740. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
Effect of Prior Microstructure Scale and Heating Rate on Carbide Dissolution and Austenite Formation in Spheriodized 52100 Steel
K.D. Clarke and C.J. Van Tyne, CD Proceedings of 27th Forging Industry Technical Conference and Energy Summit, Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation, Cleveland, OH, USA, 2007.
The Effect of Intermediate Precipitation Treatments on the Temper Embrittlement of 4140 Forging-Grade Steel
Alexander C. Edrington, FIERF Magnet School Professor Robert Foley, Illinois Institute of Technology. 2000 Forging Achievement Award Student Paper.
Effects of a Solution Anneal Quench Delay on Mechanical Properties of Aluminum 2219-T6
Blair London, California Polytechnic State University
The Evolution of Microstructure and Precipitate Dispersions During Reheating in a Vanadium Modified 1045 Steel
M. Leap, E.L. Brown, P. Mazzare and G. Krauss: in Fundamentals of Microalloying Forging Steels, Edited by G. Krauss and S.K. Banerji, TMS, Warrendale, PA, 1987, pp. 91112. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
Improving the Reliability of Eddy Current Testing as a Means of Induction Hardening Quality Control of Forged Axle Shafts
Rob Kozar, Sally Ecklund, Brady Crawley, Hong-Hsin Chen, Kurt Iwankovitsch, Dr. Peter Moran, Michigan Technological University 2002 Forging Achievement Award Student Paper.
Induction Hardening of Microalloyed Medium-Carbon Steel: Characterization of Pre-Hardened Microstructure
J. Cunningham, D.J. Medlin, C.J. Van Tyne, and G. Krauss, Fundamentals and Applications of Microalloyed Forging Steels, edited by C.J. Van Tyne, G. Krauss, and D.K. Matlock, TMS, Warrendale, PA, 1996, pp. 491-505. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
The Induction Hardening Response and Fatigue Properties of Ferrite and Pearlite Banded 4145 Steel
Patrick I. Anderson, David K. Matlock and John G. Speer, in Proceedings of International Conference on New Developments in Long and Forged Products: Metallurgy and Applications, edited by J.G. Speer, E.B. Damm and C.V. Darragh, AIST, Warrendale, PA, USA, 2006, pp. 107-116. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
Intensive Quenching Technology for Heat Treating and Forging IndustriesFinal Report
Michael A. Aronov, Nikolai I. Kobasko and Joseph A. Powell, IQ Technologies Inc., Prepared for Edison Material Technology Center (EMTEC). Research shows Quenching Technology can increase tool life significantly.
Martensitic Microstructures in Heat Treated Steels for Critical Vehicle, Machine, and Power Transmission Systems
G. Krauss, Proceedings of the 17th International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering (IFHTSE) Congress, ed. T. Maki, the Japan Society for Heat Treatment, Kobe, Japan, Vol. 49, Special Issue 2009, Vol. 1, pp. 10-17. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
A Microstructural Analysis of Rapid Austenite Formation in Induction Hardened Steels
K.C. Smith, J.P. Wise, and G. Krauss, Proceedings of the 5th ASM Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering Conference in Europe, ASM International, Materials Park, OH, 20000, pp. 381-386. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.