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Second-order residual stresses in Armco iron deformed in an ultrasonic field

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    The effect of ultrasonic vibrations on a sample of Armco iron during deformation is to change the distribution of second-order residual stresses along the height of the sample. The highest residual stresses are found in the area of the contact surfaces and the lowest in the central part of the sample. But after deformation without ultrasonic vibrations the highest residual stresses are found in the central part of the sample and the lowest in the contact area.

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    Ultrasonic vibrations during deformation reduce the second-order residual stresses by approximately 20%.

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    F. Jones, Proc. Roy. Soc. (1938), Vol. 16, A 166.

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Physicotechnical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the BSSR. Translated from Metallovedenie i Termicheskaya Obrabotka Metallov, No. 9, pp. 11–14, September, 1966.

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Severdenko, V.P., Klubovich, V.V. & Kharitonovich, M.V. Second-order residual stresses in Armco iron deformed in an ultrasonic field. Met Sci Heat Treat 8, 694–696 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00686570

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Keywords

  • Iron
  • Residual Stress
  • Contact Area
  • Contact Surface
  • Ultrasonic Vibration