The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research, "An appropriate and powerful way to take the stress and strain into account during the development of a process is to make use of computer simulations. In-house developed and commercial software packages have been coupled to incorporate the electromagnetic task into the calculations. The simulations have been performed followed by analysis of the results. The influences of two different values of quenching intensity, strength of initial material structure, strength of austenite, surface power density-frequency-time combination, and workpiece diameter on the residual stress are studied. The influence of quenching intensity is confirmed by the series of experiments representing the external hardening of a cylinder with eight variations of quenching intensity."
According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "Measured by x-rays, the values of surface tangential stress are used as a dataset for verification of the model being used for analyses."
For more information on this research see: Simulation of Stress and Strain for Induction-Hardening Applications.
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