Calculation of the temperture and stress distribution during quenching of cylindrical parts
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Determination of hardenability of cylindrical parts can be achieved with sufficient accuracy using a combined calculation-experimental method.
The viscous-elastic model produces more accurate results in calculation of the stresses arising during quenching than does the elastoplastic model.
KeywordsStress Distribution Accurate Result Sufficient Accuracy Cylindrical Part Elastoplastic Model
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