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Metal Science and Heat Treatment of Metals

, Volume 1, Issue 9, pp 13–17 | Cite as

The inhomogeneity of martensite in chromium-manganese-silicon steel 30KhGSA after induction hardening

  • Ya. I. Spektor
  • A. P. Gracheva
Hot Strength and Relaxation Properties
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Conclusions

  1. 1.

    The selected induction heating procedures produced solid solutions with a carbon inhomogeneity differing only little (by 10%–15%) from that observed in furnace heating prior to quenching (900° C).

     
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    The procedures indicated can be used for heat treating of heavy-duty components of steel 30KhGSA. If the treatment aims at tensile strengths from 110 to 130 kg/sq. mm, the same tempering as is employed after quenching from furnace heat can be used.

     

Keywords

Furnace Solid Solution Tensile Strength Martensite Furnace Heating 
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© Acta Metallurgica 1961

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  • Ya. I. Spektor
  • A. P. Gracheva

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