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Title Quenching theory and technology / edited by Božidar Liščić ... [and others]
Edition Second edition
Published Boca Raton : CRC Press : International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering, [2010]


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 W'PONDS  671.36 Lis/Qta 2010  AVAILABLE
Description xvi, 709 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents Contents note continued: 15.Intensive Steel Quenching Methods / Nikolai I. Kobasko -- 16.Prediction of Hardness Profile in Workpiece Based on Characteristic Cooling Parameters and Material Behavior during Cooling / Bozidar Liscic -- 17.Simulation of Quenching / C. Hakan Gur
Machine generated contents note: 1.Hardening of Steels / George E. Totten -- 2.Quenching of Aluminum Alloys / Murat Tiryakioglu -- 3.Quenching of Titanium Alloys / George E. Totten -- 4.Mechanical Properties of Ferrous and Nonferrous Alloys after Quenching / Heinz-Joachim Spies -- 5.Thermo-and Fluid-Dynamic Principles of Heat Transfer during Cooling / F. Mayinger -- 6.Heat Transfer during Cooling of Heated Metals with Vaporizable Liquids / Chr. Kohler -- 7.Wetting Kinematics / Hans M. Tensi -- 8.Wetting Kinetics and Quench Severity of Selected Vegetable Oils for Heat Treatment / K. Narayan Prabhu -- 9.Residual Stresses after Quenching / E. Macherauch -- 10.Effect of Workpiece Surface Properties on Cooling Behavior / Pierre Archambault -- 11.Determination of Quenching Power of Various Fluids / Bozidar Liscic -- 12.Cooling Media and Their Properties / Wackaw Luty -- 13.Gas Quenching / George E. Totten -- 14.Techniques of Quenching / F. Moreaux --
Summary Presenting the most recent findings in this area, this essential piece of literature is a substantial contribution to the general field of the thermal processing of metals. It is useful not only for specialists in heat treatment practice, but also those in higher education or numerous specialized courses and seminars worldwide. --Book Jacket
Quenching is one of the most fundamentally complex processes in the heat treatment of metals, and it is something on which mechanical properties and distortion of engineering components depend. --
With chapters written by the most respected international experts in the field, this new edition of Quenching Theory and Technology presents the most authoritative, exhaustive, and recent findings in this vital area. Understanding and controlling quenching and quenchants are critical constants in all well-established and emerging heat treatment process technology. The collection of up-to-date knowledge in this book is the latest outcome from continuing formal and informal discussions by experts within the framework of the International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering (IFHTSE). --
With revised and updated content from the first edition, this book adds coverage of important technological developments. Although the primary focus continues to be on the quenching of steel, it also details quenching of aluminum and titanium alloys, quench severity of selected vegetable oils, gas quenching, intensive quenching, and simulation of quenching. --
Notes Rev. ed. of: Theory and technology of quenching. 1993
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Metals -- Quenching.
Author Liščić, B. (Božidar)
International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering.
LC no. 2009042419
ISBN 0849392799 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9780849392795 (hardcover : alk. paper)
OTHER TI Theory and technology of quenching
Other Titles Theory and technology of quenching