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    Enhanced surface mechanical properties of structural steels by a surface nano-crystallization based duplex treatment processing

    T. Fu, C.P. Wang, B. Hou, X.D. Zhu, Z.F. Zhou, K.Y. Li, J. Lu

    The International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences, Vol.20, No.3, pp. 91-92, 2011, DOI:10.3970/icces.2011.020.091

    Abstract Structural steels are widely used in engineering fields. Generally, they have the advantage of lower prices due to less precious alloy elements contained; however, their properties, especially the surface properties are inferior to high alloy steels. Surface engineering are of importance in improving surface properties of steels, and even a 'new' surface layer with high performances can be produced by surface technologies on low cost structural steels with ordinary properties.
    The researches of last decade have shown that surface nanocrystallization (SNC) can markedly improve surface mechanical properties of metallic materials and accelerate thermal diffusion of N,… More >

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