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METALLURGY IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published January 01, 1917 by SAE International in United States
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The author states that the purpose of the paper is to outline that phase of metallurgical work pertaining to the connection between the laboratory and production in the automotive industry. Reasons are cited for selecting certain designs for parts to facilitate machining, complete or partial case-hardening, finishing and assembling. The next step is the choice of materials, a subject which is treated at some length. The author then takes up in turn the field for standardization in steel specifications, inspection of materials, physical testing of steels, uniformity of composition of metals, heat-treating operations, methods of carburizing, depths of case-hardening, treatment after carburization, errors in overspeeding hardening operations and drawing heat-treatment at low temperatures. Types of pyrometers, operations on hardened work, inspection for hardness and selection of hardening equipment are some of the other topics discussed. In conclusion, the author refers to the payment of bonuses or the application of piece-work rates to the hardening room and summarizes the subject-matter of his paper.
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