Press Release Summary:
Compilation STP 1523, Quenching and Cooling, Residual Stress, and Distortion Control, brings together 59 peer-reviewed papers on various issues related to quenching and cooling, residual stress, and distortion control of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. In addition to heat transfer, modeling/simulation, and distortion/residual stresses, topics covered include property predictions, quenchants/quenching, hardenability, cooling curve analysis methodologies, and dilatometric analysis.
Original Press Release:
ASTM International Releases Compilation on Quenching and Cooling, Residual Stress and Distortion Control
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.-ASTM International's new compilation STP 1523, Quenching and Cooling, Residual Stress and Distortion Control, features 59 peer-review papers on various issues related to quenching and cooling, residual stress and distortion control of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Topics covered in STP 1523 include: heat transfer; modeling and simulation; distortion and residual stresses; property predictions; quenchants and quenching; gas quenching; hardenability; cooling curve analysis methodologies; and dilatometric analysis.
STP 1523, Quenching and Cooling, Residual Stress and Distortion Control, is available in print (1,156 pages; hard cover 6 x 9"; stock # STP1523; ISBN: 978-0-8031-7509-9) and electronically (stock # STP1523-EB; ISBN: 978-0-8031-8420-6) for $242.
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