Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation of Surface Decarburization on Steels : Feasibility and Possible Applications

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1987
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Mayos, M.
Segalini, S.
Putignani, M.
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
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The need of a nondestructive testing of surface decarburization on steels is very high, since, at the present time, only destructive methods (such as optical micrography, hardness tests or chemical analysis) are industrially used to cope with what turns out to be a particularly important problem on grades with high security requirements, due to a resulting lower fatigue strength.

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