A study of heat-treated carburized alloyed steels for blanking dies
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This paper describes the results of studying the diffusion layer after carburizing alloyed steels 30Kh7MT and 25Kh12M2VFT for the purpose of selecting heat-treatment regimes for blanking die working parts, as well as comparative data for hardness variations in these steels depending on temperatures of carburizing, hardening, and tempering. Carburizing, hardening, and tempering schedules providing the maximum hardness in steel are determined.
KeywordsCarbide Austenite Martensite Diffusion Layer Chromium Carbide
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