Troubleshooting and Prevention of Cracking in Induction Hardening of Steels: Lessons Learned – Part 1
How aggressive quenching and other drivers lead to high performance
A comparison of conventional and accelerated methods for surface hardening
The success in induction hardening of cast irons and repeatability of obtained results are greatly affected by a potential variation of matrix carbon content.
Several advantages can be seen by using pre-stressed wire-wound hot isostatic presses for consolidating of metal powder.
The control of the filler metal at the braze joint of a sinter brazed product has significant impact on the quality and yield of complex shapes.