Inference of Hardness from Magnetic Measurements in Pearlitic Steels
The possibility of monitoring material properties during the early stages of processing is an area of growing interest which offers potential not only for improving quality but also productivity. Of particular interest is the monitoring of mechanical properties on-line either during intermediate stages of processing or prior to shipping[1, 2].
KeywordsCurie Temperature Chromium Content Harmonic Amplitude Rail Steel Pearlitic Steel
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