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Title: Low stress abrasive wear response of boron steel under three body abrasion: Effect of heat treatment and peening intensities
Authors: Singh, Dushyant
Mondal, D P
Modi, O P
Sethi, V K
Keywords:  Heat treatment cycle
Shot peening
Shot peening intensity
Abrasive wear
Boron steel
Issue Date: Jun-2010
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: The wear behaviour of medium carbon boron steel with various heat-treatment cycles (annealing, intercritical annealing, and quenching and tempering) has been examined after and prior to shot peening. Shot peening intensity varies in the range 0.17 - 0.47 mm ALMEN ‘A’. The wear rate of intercritical annealed and quenched and tempered steels are considerably less than those of as-received and annealed steels, irrespective of the peening intensity. It is further noted that the wear rate reduced significantly irrespective of heat-treatment schedule at the critical peening intensity of 0.27 A, mm ALMEN
Page(s): 208-218
ISSN: 0975-1017 (Online); 0971-4588 (Print)
Source:IJEMS Vol.17(3) [June 2010]

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