Case Study 1: Induction Hardening of Welded Tube Shaft

An induction hardened 4130/10B37 welded tube shaft was modeled to determine source of bond line cracking and examine possible solutions.

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Case Study 2: Quench & Temper of Steel Rolling Mill Roll

Models were developed to determine optimal heat treatment cycles, with respect to residual stresses, for a family of large, high speed steel rolling mill rolls.

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Using Heat Treat Simulation to Characterize Sensitivity of Quench Hardening Response in Hot Mill Steel Work Rolls (pdf)

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Case Study 3: Scanning Induction Hardening of Steel Coupler

A scanning induction process for an AISI 4130 coupler bore results in cracking. DANTE modeling was used to explore process sensitivities and resolve the cracking issue.

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Process Innovation to Eliminate Cracking Problems in Large Diameter Parts with Nonuniform Wall Thickness (Extended Abstract) (pdf)

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Induction Hardening Process with Preheat to Eliminate Cracking and Improve Quality of Large Part With Various Wall Thickness (pdf)

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Effect of Preheat on Improving Beneficial Surface Residual Stresses During Induction Hardening Process (pdf)

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Solving Critical Heat Treatment Challenges with Practical Process Modeling (pdf)

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