Study of Barkhausen Emission from the Surface Martensite Layer on Induction-hardened Carbon Steel
Paper in proceedings, 2018

Induction hardening is one of the finishing processes to improve hardness and wear resistance on steel products by developing a hard martensite-rich surface layer. Non-destructive Barkhausen noise (BN) evaluation is used for quality assurance. While the routine production is set to develop a desirable hardening depth of this specific structure, the variations of microstructure and grain size overlay the outbound results in the assessment and make the interpretation unambiguous. This work correlates the different parameters in BN-signal with the deviations from the targeted martensite by predictive, physical and numerical modelling means.

Hardness

Steel

Quality control

Barkhausen

Author

Peter Hammersberg

Advanced Non-destructive Testing

Eric Tam

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Gert Persson

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Engineering Materials

12th ECNDT

12th European Conference on Non-destructive Testing
Göteborg, Sweden,

Subject Categories

Geotechnical Engineering

Manufacturing, Surface and Joining Technology

Other Materials Engineering

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11/15/2018