Advances in Surface Treatments provides information on technologies, applications, and effects of surface treatment processes on different materials. The text is composed of papers that are presented at the AST World Conference, ""Advances in Surface Treatments and Surface Finishing"", held in Paris in December 1986. The book is divided into six parts; each of which discusses a different topic in the field of surface treatment. These topics include thermal and thermochemical surface treatments; mechanical surface treatments and their effects; quality control of surface treated materials; surface finishing; surface coating; laser surface of hardening materials; and the relationship of surface treatment with the environment. Topics such as metallic coatings and special surface treatments are also covered in the book. The text is recommended for engineers who are not yet familiar with surface treatments as well as those who wish to contribute to the research in this field.
I. Thermal and Thermochemical Surface Treatments (Nitriding, Nitrocarburizing, Induction Hardening, Chromizing, Phosphatizing) Surface Layer Characteristics and Corrosion Resistance of Nitrided and Nitrocarburized Carbon Steels Non-Linear Thermal Problems in Progressive Induction Hardening Residual Stress Caused by Thermal and Thermochemical Surface Treatments (Abstract) Some Experiences Gained with Plasma and Gas Nitrided 42cr Mo4 Steel Crankshafts Prévision de la Microstructure des Couches Obtenues par Carbonitruration et Trempe Contribution of Progressive Induction to the Controlled Hardening Treatment of Steel for Cold Rolling Fatigue Strength Characteristics of Cr-Mn-Ti Steel after Cementation and Carbon-Nitrogen Hardening Etude et Optimisation de la Phosphatation Au Zinc en Laboratoire Structural and Physicochemical Factors Controlling the Formation of Chromium Carbide Cases During Chromizing II. Mechanical Surface Treatments and Their Effects (Abrasive Flow Machining, Shot Peening) Compressive Pre-stressing Using New Percussion Apparatus Abrasive Flow Machining: A Process for Surface Finishing and Deburring of Workpieces with a Complicated Shape Behavior of Surface Residual Stress Induced by Shot Peening The Effect of Shot Peening Intensity on the Fatigue and Fretting-Fatigue Behavior of an Aluminum Alloy Overview on the Shot Peening Process III. Quality Control of Surface Treated Materials (Residual Stresses, Surface Roughness, Control of Surface Morphology) A Model for the Development of Residual Stresses in Grinding Adaptive Control in Grinding. Why and How A Procedure for Setting up Exactly the Equipment for the Grid Projecting Type Moiré Method Measurement of Residual Stress by the Incremental Hole Drilling Method (Abstract) Computer Code for Tri-Axial X-Ray Strain and Stress Analysis Using Fitted Curves IV. Surface Finishing Machining, Ma
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