near-surface structure and residual stress in as-machined

The role of surface condition, residual stress and

2004/3/1Shot peened on machined surface and electropolished to depth of 250 μm 2. Duplex samples As machined which was considered to be sufficient to measure residual stress gradients in the near surface regions. The measured d-spacing was converted into: (1)

Residual Stress Measurements in a Dissimilar Aluminum

Residual stress specimens had previously been designed and fabricated to provide a unique, but axisymmetric, residual stress distribution for the original purpose of validating new residual stress measurement methods. 10-mm thick, 60-mm diameter metal disks

Residual Stress

After stress relieving, the maximum residual stress that can remain is equal to the yield strength of the material at the stress-relieving temperature. From a component processing perspective, residual stresses can be minimized by using reduced cooling rates to reduce temperature variations and allow for phase transformations to occur more uniformly throughout a component's cross-section.

Contour Method Advanced Applications: Hoop Stresses in

surface discontinuity is presented. INTRODUCTION The contour method is a relatively new method for measuring residual stress [1-3]. In the contour method, a part is carefully cut in two along a flat plane causing the residual stress normal to the cut plane to

Frontiers

The production process significantly influences the surface properties of rolling element bearings raceways. Deep rolling can induce a depth dependent residual stress state. Previous numerical and experimental studies have shown that rolling bearings fatigue life can be positively influenced by high compressive residual stress to a depth of around 300 μm from the surface. By extending the

Assessment of low cycle fatigue improvement of

the near surface layer characteristics of AA 5083-H111 were investigated. Surface texture, work-hardening and residual This paper is aimed at evaluating the residual stress relaxation and its effect on the fatigue strength of AISI 316L steel ground An

Contour Method Advanced Applications: Hoop Stresses in

surface discontinuity is presented. INTRODUCTION The contour method is a relatively new method for measuring residual stress [1-3]. In the contour method, a part is carefully cut in two along a flat plane causing the residual stress normal to the cut plane to

Residual stress in machined duplex stainless steel welds

Residual Stress in Machined Duplex Stainless Steel Welds Developed through Automatic Process. Carolina Payares-Asprino1, a, Patricia Muoz-Escalona2, b, Ana Sanchez3, c 1Norwich University, Mechanical Engineering Dept., 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield,

A Model of Surface Residual Stress Distribution of Cold

2017/1/1Free Online Library: A Model of Surface Residual Stress Distribution of Cold Rolling Spline.(Research Article, Report) by Mathematical Problems in Engineering; Engineering and manufacturing Mathematics Metalworking machinery Mechanical properties Models

Assessment of low cycle fatigue improvement of

the near surface layer characteristics of AA 5083-H111 were investigated. Surface texture, work-hardening and residual This paper is aimed at evaluating the residual stress relaxation and its effect on the fatigue strength of AISI 316L steel ground An

Simulation investigation of thermal phase transformation and

the discharge crater, as well as the machined surface is indeed a laminated structure of recast layer, HAZ and substrate mat-erial [3, 6]. Residual stress generated during EDM is mainly due to the high temperature gradients, phase transformation and

Residual Stress

Residual stress can cause premature failures in structures and equipment and is a significant contributor in crack growth calculations. It is created by a variety of sources including welding (thermal), fabrication (force fit), manufacturing (cold forming), and structural loads (thermal ratcheting, pressure overload, and excessive force).

Analysis and Computation of Mechanical Action of Residual Stress

Fig.4 The residual stress distributing along ordinate of the basis workpiece 0 200 400 600 800 1000-80-60-40-20 0 20 40 60 ΠΣΰ Σ Α ˜ /MPa XΟςΞ˜ Ζ/mm Fig.5 The residual stress distributing along machined surface of workpiece

An investigation of residual stresses in insulated rail

They were studied in residual stress experiment with gauge volume (probing volume) of 2 x 2 x 2 mm3, accuracy of 30 MPa and using the iron (211) Bragg reflection. Mapping the stress (1) Drastic changes in residual stress state were found in the rail head of the selected samples, see Fig. 2.

Comparative Study of Evolution of Residual Stress State

2015/5/1Cite this paper: Jibrin Sule, Supriyo Ganguly, Harry Coules, Thilo Pirling, Comparative Study of Evolution of Residual Stress State by Local Mechanical Tensioning and Laser Processing of Ferritic and Austenitic Structural Steel Welds, Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Vol. 5 No. 1, 2015, pp. 33-42. doi: 10.5923/j.jmea.20150501.05.

Residual stress

Residual stresses are stresses that remain in a solid material after the original cause of the stresses has been removed. Residual stress may be desirable or undesirable. For example, laser peening imparts deep beneficial compressive residual stresses into metal components such as turbine engine fan blades, and it is used in toughened glass to allow for large, thin, crack- and scratch

What is Residual Stress?

The contour method determines residual stress by cutting an object into two pieces and measuring surface height maps along the free plane created by the cut. The average contour determines the deformations caused by residual stress redistribution and is used to compute residual stresses through an elastic finite element model of the specimen.

Near

We have used optical and electron microscopy and Raman spectroscopy to study the structural changes and residual stress induced by typical industrial machining and laboratory polishing of a synthetic graphite. An abrasion layer of up to 35 nm in thickness formed on both machined and polished surfaces, giving the same ID/IG ratios evidencing graphite crystal refinement from an La of ~110 nm

Surface integrity and fatigue behaviour of electric

article{osti_22689719, title = {Surface integrity and fatigue behaviour of electric discharged machined and milled austenitic stainless steel}, author = {Lundberg, Mattias and Saarimki, Jonas and Moverare, Johan J. and Calmunger, Mattias}, abstractNote = {Machining of austenitic stainless steels can result in different surface integrities and different machining process parameters will have

TROUBLESHOOTING CRACKS IN STEEL CASTINGS

Stress Crack Causes 1. Stress during cooling • Hot shakeout, fast cooling, rough handling 2. For alloys CE.6, long delay from shakeout to normalize 3. Hot spots in casting, thermal gradients 4. Sub-surface flaws • Inclusions, shrinkage (in radii) 5. Casting

Evaluation of Welding Residual Stress Levels Through Shot

Located throughout the paper are residual stress profiles (graphs) which were generated by the use of x-ray diffraction. These are plots of residual stress (tensile and/or compressive) versus depth from the surface. The three important variables (when shot peening

Stress relieving on metal products

Stress relieving Stress relieving is carried out on metal products in order to minimise residual stresses in the structure thereby reducing the risk of dimensional changes during further manufacturing or final use of the component. Benefits Machining, and cutting, as

Microstructural Effects on Residual Stress, Retained Austenite,

The magnitude of surface compressive residual stresses in carburized parts is controlled by surface carbon content, case depth, quenching conditions, hardenability of the case and core material, and tempering after hardening [19, 21]. XRD residual stress

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