Title: Unconventional Heat Treatment of Spring Steel by Q&P Process
Authors: Mašek, Bohuslav
Jirková, Hana
Bublíková, Dagmar
Aišman, David
Čmiel, Karel
Citation: MAŠEK, B., JIRKOVÁ, H., BUBLÍKOVÁ, D., AIŠMAN, D., ČMIEL, K. Unconventional Heat Treatment of Spring Steel by Q&P Process. In Conference Proceedings. New York: Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors, 2016. s. 6-8. ISBN 978-1-63248-112-2.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/31180
ISBN: 978-1-63248-112-2
Keywords in different language: Q&P process;42SiCr;hig strengt steel;spring steel
Abstract in different language: Newly developed methods for heat treatments and any necessary thermomechanical working have led to the achievement of excellent properties for new types of multiphase structures. One of these new methods is the Q-P (Quenching and Partitioning) process. The result is usually martensitic structure with a defined proportion of retained austenite. This process can be used for different kinds of steels with a tensile strength about 2000 MPa with retention of good ductility of more than 10%. The Q-P process was applied to experimental steel whose main alloying elements were silicon, manganese and chrome. The resulting specimens were evaluated metallographically, the proportion of retained austenite was ascertained by X – ray analysis and mechanical properties were found using tension tests.
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