Processing, mechanical and wear properties of BT1 high-speed steel
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Processing, mechanical and wear properties of BT1 high-speed steel the sintering of BT1 grade high-speed steel and acomparison of its micro-structure, mechanical and wear properties after heat-treatment with those of wrought BT1. by Samir Ali Amen

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English

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Ph.D. thesis. Typescript.

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G. Herranz, in Handbook of Metal Injection Molding, High-speed steels (HSS) High-speed steels have unique physical and mechanical properties that make them good candidates for the production of parts with an optimal combination of high strength, wear resistance, toughness and hardness. Their production by powder metallurgy (PM) techniques results in parts with a uniform. wear resistance and other properties of the high-speed tool steels. Silicon. The influence of silicon on high- speed tool steel, up to about (O, is slight. Increasing the silicon content from to % gives a slight increase in maximum attainable tempered hardness and has some influence on carbide morphology, although.   High speed steel (HSS) is one of the important engineering materials especially for cutting material due to its superior properties. In this work, M2 HSS with addition of ferrophosphorus (Fe 3 P) are processed using conventional powder metallurgy route; mixing, compaction and sintering. The main objective of this work is to investigate the microstructure and mechanical properties ie, .   Recently, we reported that the elemental and pre-alloyed powders of stainless steel can approach a density of and g/cm 3, respectively, when sintered at °C for 1 h and exhibit good mechanical properties after the sintering process. The mechanical properties of sintered stainless steel are given in Table 3.

Molybdenum-type high-speed steel (AISI M2) and tungsten base high-speed tool steel (AISI T1) are the two best choices. Alloy steel (AISI ) is the worst preferred tool steel material. Read more. MECHANICAL AND WEAR PROPERTIES OF CARBURIZED MILD STEEL SAMPLES A thesis submitted in Partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (Mechanical Engineering) [Specialization: Production Engineering] BY JAYKANT GUPTA ROLL NO. ME Under the supervision of DR. S.K. PATEL. The effects of both cold (CT) and deep cryogenic (DCT) treatments on the hardness, toughness and wear resistance of M2 high-speed steel were determined. Observed effects . book, it is strongly recommended that you read Chapter 1, which includes a detailed explanation of the "rules of comparison" used in this book. Since there was insufficient space on one page to place both the chemical composition and mechanical properties tables, they were split into two separate tables. To assist the user in keeping.

Similarities in the mechanical properties of A and A can be noted namely higher yield and ultimate tensile strength, improved weldability and good toughness at low temperatures. Details of mechanical properties are given in the table below. Note that ductility (% Elongation) is significantly less than that for common Steel [44]. In this work, the influence of a cryogenic treatment on the microstructure, mechanical properties and wear resistance of the high-alloyed tool steels X38CrMoV, XCrMoV12 and ~XCrVMo were investigated. 1 ENGINEERING HANDBOOK STEELMAKING Basic descriptions of making carbon, alloy, stainless, and tool steel p. 4. METALS & ALLOYS Carbon grades, types, and numbering systems; glossary p. CHEMICAL CONTENT Identification factors and composition standards p. HEAT TREATMENT Quenching, hardening, and other thermal modifications p. TESTING THE HARDNESS OF . The cutting properties of the tool with the coating under consideration were studied during the turning of AISI steel at vc = m/min, f = mm/rev, and ap = mm. After 16 min of cutting, the wear rate for the tool with the Ti-TiN-(Ti,Cr,Mo,Al)N coating was times lower compared to the wear rate for the tool with the (Ti,Al)N.