Effect of Steel Manufacturing Processes on the Quality of Bearing Steels

    Hoo JJC
    Published: 1988

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    Twenty-two papers address: quality requirements for better bearing steels; new methods to evaluate quality of better bearing steels; and new processes to produce better bearing steels.

    Table of Contents

    Hoo J.


    Selection of Rolling-Element Bearing Steels for Long-Life Applications
    Zaretsky E.

    Impact of Steel Quality on Integrated Automotive Wheel Bearing Performance
    Tayeh G., Woehrle H.

    Quantitative Inclusion Ratings and Continuous Casting: User Experience and Relationships with Rolling Contact Fatigue Life
    Hampshire J., King E.

    Effects of Material Properties on Bearing Steel Fatigue Strength
    Schlicht H., Schreiber E., Zwirlein O.

    Failsafe Rating of Ball Bearing Components
    Hollox G., Voskamp A.

    The Role of Carbides in Performance of High-Alloy Bearing Steels
    Dickinson T., Pearson P.

    Rolling Contact Fatigue Life of Various Kinds of High-Hardness Steels and Influence of Material Factors on Rolling Contact Fatigue Life
    Maeda K., Nakashima H., Tsushima N.

    Relationship of Melting Practice, Inclusion Type, and Size with Fatigue Resistance of Bearing Steels
    Cogne J., Heritier B., Monnot J.

    The Distribution and Quantitative Relationship of Oxygen and Inclusions in High-Carbon Ball Bearing Steel
    Bombardelli B., Holzner H., Hoo J., Pacchiani G.

    The Development of an ASTM Standard Analytical Method for the Determination of Oxygen in Steel
    Diamondstone B., Flinchbaugh D.

    Current Status of Round-Robin Testing of Oxygen Content in Bearing Steels
    Diamondstone B., Green W., Hoo J.

    Analysis of Microinclusions in Through-Hardening Bearing Steels
    Lane S.

    Measurement of Extremely Low Inclusion Contents by Image Analysis
    Vander Voort G.

    Inclusion Assessment in Steel Using the New Jernkontoret Inclusion Chart II for Quantitative Measurements
    Johansson S.

    The Ladle Refining Process for Bearing-Quality Steels
    Fecich D., Odar J.

    Quality of High-Carbon Chromium Bearing Steel Produced in the Electric Arc Furnace—Ladle Furnace—RH Vacuum Degassing Vessel—Vertical Continuous Caster
    Tsubota K., Uesugi T.

    New Developments in the Production and Testing of Bearing Steels
    Dressel P., Kremer K., Spitzer H., Vöge H., Weber L.

    Oxygen Content, Oxidic Microinclusions, and Fatigue Properties of Rolling Bearing Steels
    Åkesson J., Lund T.

    The Effects of Ladle Refining, With and Without Vacuum, on Bearing Steel Quality
    Whittaker D.

    Fatigue Life of High-Carbon Chromium Ball Bearing Steel Produced by Electric Furnace—Vacuum Slag Cleaner—Ladle Furnace—RH Degassing—Curved Continuous Caster
    Kumagai K., Mori K., Takata Y., Yamada T.

    Properties of Through-Hardening Bearing Steels Produced by BOF Blowing Metallurgy and by Electric Arc Furnace with Ladle Metallurgy
    Böhnke K., Baum R., Boeckers T., Klemp H.

    Ladle Refining: An Integral Part of Bearing Steel Manufacture
    Clarke M., Davies I., Dulieu D.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: A01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP987-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5056-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0999-5

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