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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 26, Issue 1, pp 32–34 | Cite as

Use of the computer for calculation and optimization of the technological parameters for interrupted hardening of large parts

  • E. A. Podosenova
  • N. A. Krivonogov
  • A. A. Zakamaldin
  • G. M. Glikin
  • S. G. Kol'tyapina
Computer Usage in Metal Science and Heat Treatment
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Conclusions

The method developed makes it possible to obtain those technological calculation parameters of the interrupted hardening process the observation of which guarantees the absence of cracks after hardening with a simultaneous increase in hardenability.

Keywords

Technological Calculation Hardening Process Technological Parameter Calculation Parameter Simultaneous Increase 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • E. A. Podosenova
  • N. A. Krivonogov
  • A. A. Zakamaldin
  • G. M. Glikin
  • S. G. Kol'tyapina

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