1996-02-01

Development of Case Hardening Steel for Cold Forging without Spheroidizing 960315

Based on fundamental research about the influence of chemical composition on rolled bar hardness, hardenability, case hardenability, cold formability, and mechanical properties, a new case hardening steel has been developed which can be cold forged without spheroidizing annealing. The steel contains boron and the Si and Mn contents are less than conventional steels. The steel shows fatigue strength equivalent to the conventional steels and better toughness and machinability.

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