Measurement of hardenability, Mechanical Engineering

Measurement of Hardenability:

Two testing techniques have been enhancement to measure the harden-ability of steels. The first, termed as cylinder series test, offers a single value of harden-ability. The value is stated in terms of martensite of percentage at the centre while quenched in a specific manner. The second, termed as Jominy and quench test results in a curve.

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