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The composition has excellent cooling performance, cooling rate distribution is reasonable, it can enable the parts to obtain sufficient hardness and hardening depth, but also to control the deformation hardening; excellent high temperature oxidation performance, long-term and stable quality of quenching; Bright good; in addition to the workpiece before the next step after quenching rust played a role in the short-term.
The situation becomes more complex when we realize that all these mechanisms may depend on properties of galaxies being quenched, they may evolve with time, they act at different time-scales -- fast or slow -- and they may depend on the properties of the quenching factors as well," Darvish said.
It is important to study the interaction between Cry1Ab toxin and metal ions to understand: (1) the dynamics model of Cry1Ab toxin quenched by metal ions; (2) the factors influencing the quenching dynamics of Cry1Ab toxin; (3) the fluorescence quenching mechanism of Cry1Ab toxin with sodium, calcium and lead ions.
In general, numerical methods require two models in order to predict the thermal residual stress from quenching process.
Nitrogen generated in this operation could be recovered for the dry quenching process.
In the present work, the 3D finite element method based on ANSYS is developed and used to simulate the online quenching processes.
Fluoranthene tracer was selected to investigate the fluorescence quenching in solution and in TSE because the UV light source for the fluorescence measurement system installed at the die has the highest radiation intensity at 365 nm at which fluoranthene is excited and emits the strongest fluorescence emission.
The ferrite-martensite structure has been obtained by quenching from temperature in the range ([alpha] + [gamma]); heating temperature ([T.
The process is repeated up to six times, each following the same cool down and "uphill" quenching cycle.
In particular in [5], under the conditions given in (4)-(5), Deng and Xu have shown that the solution of (1)-(3) quenches in a finite time at the point x = 1 and have estimated its quenching time.
Instead of heating and quenching large baskets loaded with cylinder heads at one time, for instance, a single part or a small group of parts are placed into a smaller system more frequently, eliminating the need for baskets and reducing fuel consumption by 40%.