A Study on Residual Stresses of Two Laser Localized Hardened Steels
Cylinders made of two low alloy steels were laser single-pass hardened. The magnitude and distribution of residual stresses in the superficial layers across the hardened tracks were investigated by using the x-ray diffraction technique. Analogues with welding residual stress distribution have been made. The origins of residual stresses have been discussed.
KeywordsResidual Stress Axial Stress Residual Stress Distribution Residual Stress Field Hardened Zone
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