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Forging Types
Forging Types

2020-07-10 23:33:13

One of the oldest terms, “drop forging” describes a hammer where the weight of a falling ram, powered only by gravity, provides the force to strike and shape metal Machines were invented using a variety of techniques to rapidly raise the ram after ea

What are the advantages of forging?
What are the advantages of forging?

2020-07-10 23:29:52

Directional strength is a direct result of the forging process In the forging process, controlled deformation (usually at elevated temperatures) results in greater metallurgical soundness and improved mechanical properties of the material In most cases,

Cold, Warm, and Hot Forging Difference
Cold, Warm, and Hot Forging Difference

2020-07-10 21:27:34

Cold forging involves either impression die forging or true closed die forging with lubricant and circular dies at or near room temperature Carbon and standard alloy steel forgings are most commonly cold-forged Parts are generally symmetrical and rarely

Application and Characteristics of Low-Carbon Martensitic Stainless Steels on Turbine Blades
Application and Characteristics of Low-Carbon Martensitic Stainless Steels on Turbine Blades

2020-07-08 09:14:22

410M1 (0 17%C-11 6%Cr-0 18%Nb) and 410M2 (0 17%C-10 2%Cr-0 38%Nb-0 84%Mo-0 2%V-0 05%N) martensitic stainless steels are modified from the basic martensitic stainless steel 410 (0 12%C-12%Cr) They contain Nb and are utilized in the blades of turbines for

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