Surface cold hardening increases the fatigue resistance of 18KhNVA steel with a martensitic structure (quenched and tempered at low temperature) at room temperature and at high temperatures. Cold hardening is particularly effective when the samples have stress concentrators (notches or pressed collars).
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Kudryavtsev, I.V., Rymynova, E.V. Effect of surface cold hardening on the fatigue resistance of 18KhNVA steel at high temperatures. Met Sci Heat Treat 5, 521–525 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00648964
- Fatigue Resistance
- Stress Concentrator
- Martensitic Structure
- Surface Cold