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Fatigue Properties of Case-Carburized SAE 8620

In recent postings, the strain-controlled fatigue properties of the high-hardness case and the lower-hardness core of carburized low-alloy steels were compared.  The properties of the case were developed through simulation by diffusing carbon completely through fatigue-specimen blanks. The properties of … Continue reading

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Effect of Continuous Casting Practice on the Case and Core Properties of Carburized Alloy Steels

In the previous posting, the strain-controlled fatigue properties of the high-hardness case and low-hardness core of carburized SAE 4620 steel were compared.  It was shown that at short lives, the softer core exhibited better properties than the high-hardness case.  At … Continue reading

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