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Título: Influencia del acabado superficial sobre el comportamiento a fatiga de un acero forjado incluyendo los efectos del método de calentamiento, dureza y granallado
Título original: Influence of Surface Finish on Fatigue Behavior of Forged Steel Including Heating Method, Hardness, and Shot Cleaning Effects
Autor: Sean McKelvey and Ali Fatemi
Resumen: The overall objective of this study was to conduct a systematic and comprehensive experimental investigation to evaluate and quantify forged surface finish effect at several hardness levels (19 HRC, 25 HRC, 35 HRC, and 45 HRC) on bending fatigue specimens of a commonly used forged steel (10B40 steel). Specimens were
subjected to reverse cantilever bending and rotating bending fatigue. Two surface conditions were evaluated, a smooth-polished surface finish to be used as the reference surface, and a hot-forged surface finish. The heating methods used for forging were gas furnace heating as well as induction heating, to allow comparison of the two heating methods, as decarburization depth differs between the two methods. Since shot blasting is commonly used as a forged surface cleaning process with the additional benefit of inducing compressive residual stress, the hot-forged surface finish was evaluated with and without shot blasting. Some testing was also conducted to investigate the effect of the flash left by the forging process. In addition, the effect of grain flow resulting from the forging process was evaluated by testing smooth specimens machined from the same rolled bar used for forging. Fatigue test results in this investigation confirm that the old data commonly used for the as-forged surface condition are too conservative. New forged surface finish factors and curves as a function of hardness or tensile strength and fatigue life were developed based on experimental data. A fracture mechanics-based approach was also used to predict fatigue life for the as-forged fatigue specimens.
    País: USA     Año: 2011
Tipo: Informe
Área: Procesos > Tratamientos superficiales y térmicos
Subsectores de aplicación: · Fabricación de moldes y matrices
Entidad: The University of Toledo
Fuente: A Final Project Report Submitted to the Forging Industry Educational Research Foundation (FIERF) and American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI)
Localización en fuente: Mayo
Descriptores: surface finish (acabado superficial), fatigue behavior (comportamiento a fatiga), forged steel (acero forjado), hardness (dureza),
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