Induction Hardening of Steels
Press Hardening Steels
The Caron Process
Tungsten Carbide Metals Part Two
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Although relatively complex and involving a series of processes, induction hardening offers an extremely energy efficient (up to 95% savings) heat treating operation.
Press hardening steel answers several challenges within the automotive industry by successfully meeting the requirements of increased safety whilst at the same time contributing to lighter, more eco-friendly materials.
The Caron Process is one such technique which is effective by reduction of the ore by roasting followed by ammonia leaching of the reduced ores.
By definitions composite materials consist of two or more materials which have clear distinction and different chemical composition.