Effect of strain aging of martensite on relaxation resistance and service life of springs
Strain aging of steel 60S2A in the martensitic condition increases the relaxation resistance and fatigue life of springs.
KeywordsFatigue Martensite Fatigue Life Service Life Strain Aging
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