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The computerized generation of straight bevel gears with spherical involute profiles is developed and the advantages of its application investigated. Possible microgeometry modifications of the gear tooth surfaces are proposed to provide stable contact patterns when errors of alignment occur.
This preliminary study examines the effect of the partial pressure of nitrogen on case characteristics when gas nitriding titanium in a vacuum furnace.
Infrared thermometers for non-contact temperature measurement are highly developed sensors that have widespread application in industrial processing and research. This paper describes, in non-mathematical terms, the theory of measurement technology and how it’s used with the variety of application parameters.
Comparing a Ca-treated carburizing steel grade to a standard steel grade, the role of non-metallic inclusions on the tool wear and PCBN cutting tool life in fine machining of carburizing steel grades is investigated.
Getting the Right Endothermic Gas Is Essential for Producing Quality Heat-Treated Parts.
There Can Be Risks Associated with Heat-Treating Vanadium Microalloyed Steels.
Ingenuity Can Often Negate Murphy’s Law.
Understanding Linear Leak Rates and Common Causes of Leaks in Vacuum Furnaces Can Save Valuable Production Time.