Replacing oil for quenching cylindrical coiled compression springs of steel 60S2KhA with a water-base foam improves the hardenability without formation of cracks and increases the elestic properties and fatigue life of springs.
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Ivantsov, G.I., Shtremt, M.S., Chukin, V.V. et al. Quenching of springs made of steel 60S2KhA in foam. Met Sci Heat Treat 20, 41–45 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00670441
- Fatigue Life
- Compression Spring
- Coiled Compression