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    Volume 6, Issue 5 (October 2017)

    Special Issue Paper

    Development and Use of a Small Laboratory Intensive Quenching (IQ) System

    (Received 23 December 2016; accepted 10 July 2017)

    Published Online: 27 October 2017

    CODEN: MPCACD

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    Abstract

    Intensive quenching (IQ) has been defined as “those quenching conditions that lead to uniform maximum surface compressive stresses,” which provide maximum surface compressive stresses with correspondingly optimized distortion control. An earlier paper described the design and construction of a laboratory system that provides sufficient heat transfer rates to be classified as an IQ system. This paper describes the experimental work conducted with this laboratory IQ system. Particular focus will be on construction and use of this laboratory device to quench SAE 5160 spring steel under IQ conditions and the corresponding cooling curves, heat transfer rates, and compressive stresses obtained.

    Author Information:

    Albano, Luigi L. M.
    University of São Paulo, São Carlos, SP

    Misina, Fernando S.
    University of São Paulo, São Carlos, SP

    Canale, Antonio C.
    University of São Paulo, São Carlos, SP

    Totten, George E.
    Portland State University, Department of Mechanical and Metallurgical Engineering, Portland, OR

    Canale, Lauralice C. F.
    University of São Paulo, São Carlos, SP


    Stock #: MPC20160126

    ISSN:2379-1365

    DOI: 10.1520/MPC20160126

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    Title Development and Use of a Small Laboratory Intensive Quenching (IQ) System
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