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Induction

 ELECTRIC CURRENT WITH HARDENING ( INDUCTION )

1) Induction Hardening term is more widely used PRACTICE

2) curing the outer surface of the desired part is wrapped with AN ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD WITH THE HELP OF ELECTRIC CURRENT SURFACE WATER IS GIVEN AFTER WARMING SYSTEM OPERATION STARTS BUT PİRENSİB is

3) Induction hardening steels are the types of

- 0:30 to 00:50 % C steels containing the ( 50-60 HRC hardness DR)
- LOW ALLOY STEEL (MAX. 0.60 % C Li )
- Cr-Mo steels ( low carbon)
- FULL STEEL softened with INDUCTION HARDENED STEEL are not suitable HARD ONE SHOULD BE ABLE TO ACCEPT

4) HEATED STEEL USED IN STEEL COIL TYPE OF WATER OR OIL AIR COOLING is in some cases

5) INDUCTION HARDENING MATERIAL AMOUNT OF CARBON is the most important LIMITATION OF CONTENTS 0.8% C with ALLOY ELEMENTS WITH OTHERS BUT IF FOUND provides enhanced hardenability

6) the depth of hardness COMPLETELY FINE PARTS MAY BE UP TO 70mm thick pieces are in

7) When SERTLEŞTİRMEDEİSTEN INDUCTION COOLING TEMPERATURES SHOULD IMMEDIATELY when you exit

8) AFTER INDUCTION draft PARTS MUST be tempered at a low temperature ( 160 C)

9) THE APPLICATION OF HARDENING which are the most common materials GEAR AND SHAFT

10) İMDİKSİYO HEATING continuous annealing processes such as soldering or welding in NORMALIZATION USED

11) Some advantages and disadvantages are as follows

    1) RESTRICTED REGIONAL HARDNER

    2) fast heating time

    3) MIN. SURFACE AND OXIDATION DEKARBÜRÜZARSYO

    4) LIGHT deformation of the

    5) INCREASED FATIGUE STRENGTH

    6) CONTINUOUS OPERATION FITNESS

    7) HIGH INVESTMENT COST

    8) APPROPRIATE LIMITATION OF PARTS AND METHOD



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