The hardenability of steels is measured by a Jominy End Quench Test, also called a Jominy Hardenability Test, Jominy Test or Hardenability Test. Hardenability refers to the specimens ability to be hardened to a particular depth under a particular set of conditions. The Jominy Hardenability Test provides information needed for selecting the proper combination of alloy steel and heat treatment to minimize thermal stresses and distortion when manufacturing components of various sizes.
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Post time: 12-26-2016