Bearing Steel Technology-Advances and State of the Art in Bearing Steel Quality Assurance: 7th Volume

    Beswick John
    Published: 2007

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    Twenty-five peer-reviewed papers, written by experts in 14 countries, provide the latest global advances in bearing steel quality assurance. Sections cover:

    Review of Global Bearing Steel and the Rolling Bearing Industry—describes the impact of Swedish steel technology on bearing steel quality assurance.

    Developments in Global Bearing Steel Making Processes—details a study of vacuum carbon deoxidation of high carbon chromium bearing steel

    Advances in Steel Maker Testing and Quality Assurance—covers advances in bearing steel quality assurance by ultrasonic testing technologies; evaluation procedures of nonmetallic inclusions in steel for highly reliable bearings; reliability of cleanliness measurements; and radioactivity inspection applied in the steel-making industry

    Implementation and Use of Extreme Value Analysis Micro Inclusion Rating Methodology—describes the methodology behind the ASTM E2283 Extreme Value Analysis.

    Bearing Steel Making and Bearing Manufacturing Metallurgy Quality Assurance—provides data on the bearing steel casting method, alloy content/hardenability, forging symmetry and tube making.

    Low Alloy Bearing Steels and Heat Treatments for Improved Bearing Quality—discusses new developments in through hardened bearing steel grades for use in contaminated lubrication; and characteristics of vanadium addition in hardened steel for rolling contact applications.

    High Alloy Bearing Steels and Heat Treatments for Improved Bearing Quality—covers duplex hardened steel, plasma heat treatment, nitrided high temperature steel, austentic stainless steel.

    Microstructure Transformation and Use in Advanced Rolling Bearing Performance Predication and Quality Assurance—examines x-ray microdiffraction measurements for the analysis of bearing operation conditions; and the flaking process in bearings by white etching area generation.

    Advances in Material Quality Factors in Life Prediction—covers multi-axial fatigue criteria and micro plastic material models that support the advances in material quality factoring for bearing life prediction.

    Table of Contents

    A Review of Swedish Bearing Steel Manufacturing and Quality Assurance of Steel Products
    Ölund P., Johansson T., Lund T.

    Study of Vacuum Carbon-Deoxidization of High Carbon Chromium Bearing Steel
    Minghua X., Zheng L.

    Experiences in Using Ultrasonic Testing of Bearing Steel for Demanding Applications
    Janser K., Roesch O., Trojahn W.

    Evaluation Procedures of Nonmetallic Inclusions in Steel for Highly Reliable Bearings
    Hiraoka K., Kato Y., Takasu I., Unigame Y.

    A Statistical Method to Assess the Reliability of Cleanness Measurements for High Quality Bearing Steels
    Hénault E.

    Rapid Evaluation of Inclusions in Bearing Steel
    Muroi T., Nagasawa W., Narai H., Ohori M.

    Radioactivity Inspections Applied to the Steelmaking Industry
    Buoro S., Giurgevich M.

    Developing ASTM E 2283: Standard Practice for Extreme Value Analysis of Nonmetallic Inclusions in Steel and Other Microstructural Features
    Hetzner D.

    Statistical Analysis of Nonmetallic Inclusions for the Estimation of Rolling Contact Fatigue Range and Quality Control of Bearing Steel
    Courbon J., Dudragne G., Girodin D., Vincent A.

    Cleanliness of Bearing Steels and Fatigue Life of Rolling Contacts
    Gabelli A., Ioannides E., Kerrigan A., Kuijpers J.

    The Challenge of Multiple Particles in Extreme Value Inclusion Rating
    Anderson C., Beretta S.

    Influence of Steel Making and Further Processing on the Distortion of Bearing Steel Components
    Volkmuth J.

    New Development in Through Hardened Bearing Steel Grades for Use in Contaminated Lubrication
    Daguier P., Roesch O., Trojahn W.

    Characteristics of Vanadium Alloyed Carbonitrided Steel for Rolling Bearing Applications
    Han H., Lee J., Park C., Song B., Yoo S.

    A Novel Method to Evaluate the Influence of Hydrogen on Fatigue Properties of High Strength Steels
    Hamada H., Matsubara Y.

    Performance Evaluation of “Duplex Hardened” Bearings for Advanced Turbine Engine Applications
    Brock J., Poulin P., Streit E.

    Plasma Assisted Heat Treating Processes of Bearing Components
    Beer O.

    Comparison of Fatigue Performances of 32CrMoV13 and M50 Steels in Presence of Surface Indents
    Dudragne G., Jacq C., Nelias D., Robin Y., Vincent A.

    Continued Developments in Easily Carburizable High Speed Steel Alloys
    Hetzner D.

    The Development of an Austenitic Stainless Steel Bearing with High Corrosion Resistance and High Nonmagnetic Property
    Mitamura N., Oohori M., Tanaka S., Ueda K.

    Characterization of Wear and Surface Reaction Layer Formation on Aerospace Bearing Steel M50 and a Nitrogen-Alloyed Stainless Steel
    Ebner R., Hutter H., Krecar D., Leitner H., Peissl S., Rabitsch R.

    X-ray Microdiffraction for the Analysis of Bearing Operation Conditions
    Girones A., Vegter R., Verschoor H.

    Study on Flaking Process in Bearings by White Etching Area Generation
    Hiraoka K., Isomoto T., Nagao M.

    Are Multiaxial Fatigue Criteria Appropriate When Steels With Surface Defects are Subjected to Rolling Contact Fatigue
    Beretta S., Bernasconi A., Desimone H.

    Micro-Plastic Material Model and Residual Fields in Rolling Contacts
    Espejel G., Gabelli A., Popescu G., Wemekamp B.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: A01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1465-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-6209-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-3491-1

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