IJMTES – “MECHANICAL AND WEAR PROPERTIES OF CARBURIZED MILD STEEL SAMPLES”

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : “MECHANICAL AND WEAR PROPERTIES OF CARBURIZED MILD STEEL SAMPLES”

Author’s Name : Vikas | Rajeev Choudharyunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 06 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 1-5

Abstract – The heat treatment and carburization has been acknowledged by some means of improving the various properties of metals and alloys. In the present investigation the mechanical and wear behavior is carburized at different temperature range of 850, 900 and 950°C have been studied and it is found that the simple heat treatment greatly improves the hardness, tensile strength, wear resistance of the mild steel. For above purpose firstly the mild steels are carburized under the different temperature range as stated above and then it is tempered at 2000 C for half an hour after this the carburized and tempered mild steels are subjected for different kind of test such as abrasive wear test, hardness test, tensile test and the toughness test. The results of these experiment shows that the process of carburization greatly improves the mechanical and wears properties like hardness, tensile strength and wear resistance and these properties increases with increase in the carburization temperature but apart from this the toughness property decreases and it is further decreases with increase in carburization temperature. The experimental results also shows that the mild steels carburized under different temperature range as stated above, with in which the mild steels carburized at the temperature of 9500C gives the best results for the different kinds of mechanical and wear properties because at this temperature it gives highest Tensile strength, hardness and wear resistance, so it must be preferred for the required applications.

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