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With this unique manual, you are can address the following problems:
Calculate cooling time to provide optimal quenched layer after intensive quenching of steel parts
Create beneficial high compressive residual stresses at the surface of steel parts
Use the "steel super-strengthening" phenomenon to make higher power density parts
Develop synergies between the benefits from high compressive residual stresses and super-strengthening phenomenon, which significantly increases the fatigue life (and service life) of steel parts
Improve the environmental conditions in your factory by switching from oil and polymer quenching to intensive quenching by plain water.
Optimization of distortion control in the quenching of steel parts
This unique manual is intended for metallurgists and mechanical engineers to assist them in their work to design quenching systems and to implement those mechanical systems. It is also for student and post graduate students.
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