ASM Handbook Series On Heat Treating Expands To Four Volumes

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Metallogr. Microstruct. Anal. (2013) 2:399–403DOI 10.1007/s13632-013-0107-3SOCIETYASM Handbook Series on Heat Treating Expands to FourVolumes Springer Science Business Media New York and ASM International 2013The recently-released Steel Heat Treating Fundamentalsand Processes is the first of four upcoming ASM Handbooks on Heat Treating. Under the direction of an editorialteam, including Jon Dossett and George Totten as VolumeEditors, Volume 4A includes extensive updates and additions for all major topics such as furnace atmospheres,vacuum systems, atmosphere control, gas carburizing,vacuum carburizing, gas nitriding and nitrocarburizing,plasma nitriding, quenching, and tempering (Figs. 1, 2, 3,and 4 ).Additional volumes scheduled for publication include: Heat Treating of Irons and Steels (Volume 4B, 2014)covering heat treating of specific ferrous materialsand component applications. Volume Editors: JonDossett and George Totten with a team of DivisionEditorsInduction Heating and Heat Treatment (Volume 4C,2014) covering all major aspects of induction science,technology, and applications. Volume Editors: ValeryRudnev and George Totten with a team of DivisionEditorsHeat Treating of Nonferrous Alloys (Volume 4D, 2015)These volumes update and expand ASM Handbook,Volume 4, Heat Treating, which was published in 1991.Coverage in Volume 4A will include several topics withnew stand-alone articles on: Microstructural analysis of heat treated steelsHardenability calculation of carburized steelsCleaning of steels for heat treatmentAustenitizing, direct quenching, and quenching andpartitioningFundamentals of carburizing, high-temperature carburizing, and stop-off technologies Fundamentals of nitriding and nitrocarburizingFurnace controls, induction systems, probes for quenchcharacterization, and quench agitation and systemdesignArticles on specific quench processes such as: gasquenching, coat forming, inverse hardening, saltquenching, fluidized-bed quenching, water–gas quenching, die quenching, press quenching, and patentingVolume editors Jon Dossett and George Totten said,‘‘Articles on the fundamentals provide in-depth background on the scientific principles associated with steelheat treatment, while articles on the various heat treatingprocesses take a more practical approach. Many sectionshave been expanded, such as the sections on fundamentalsand processing methods for carburizing and nitriding ofsteels. Coverage on the hardenability of steels is expanded,and several new articles have been added on quenchingfundamentals and processes.’’Steven Lampman, content developer, Reference Publications, ASM International, said a highlight of the newvolume is the article ‘‘Fundamentals of Nitriding andNitrocarburizing’’ by E.J. Mittemeijer. Lampman describedthe article as ‘‘worth the book price for those who careabout fundamentals.’’ The article covers the following: Advent of NitridingNitrided/Nitrocarburized Microstructure, Thermodynamics, and KineticsThe Iron–Nitrogen Phase DiagramNitriding Potential and the Lehrer DiagramControlled NitridingCarburizing Potential and Controlled CarburizingControlled NitrocarburizingLocal Equilibria and Stationary States123

400Metallogr. Microstruct. Anal. (2013) 2:399–403Fig. 1 Grain growth inconventional carburizing steelswith increasing carburizingtemperature. From the article‘‘Plasma Carburizing’’ byBrigitte Clausen and WinfriedGräfen Microstructural Development of the Compound LayerKinetics of Compound-Layer GrowthMicrostructural Development of the Diffusion ZoneKinetics of Diffusion-Zone GrowthContributors to Steel Heat Treating Fundamentals andProcesses include:A.B. AhmedMcMaster UniversityToru (Tohru) AraiConsultantMichael A. AronovIQ Technologies, Inc.Manfred BehnkeNÜSSLE GmbH & Co. KGWilliam J. Bernard, IIISurface Combustion, Inc.Volker BlockSaarstahl AG, GermanyRainer BraunNÜSSLE GmbH & Co. KGAnja BuchwalderTechnical University Bergakademie FreibergEckhard H. BurgdorfNÜSSLE GmbH & Co. KGLauralice de C.F. CanaleUniversity of São PauloCharles CaristanAirliquideMadhu ChatterjeeBodycote123Brigitte ClausenStiftung Institut für Werkstofftechnik, BremenRafael ColásUniversidad Autónoma De Nuevo LeónJames ConybearMetlabNarendra B. DahotreUniversity of North TexasCraig DarraghThe Timken Company (Retired)S. DilipFluidthermJon DossettConsultantEdward (Derry) DoyleRMIT UniversityKevin M. DuffyThe Duffy Co.Bernd EdenhoferIpsen Industries International GmbH (retired)Jan ElwartBodycote European Holdings GmbHImre FeldeUniversity of ÓbudaAllen J. Fuller, Jr.Amsted Rail Company, Inc.Kiyoshi FunataniIMST Institute (Consultant)Weimin GaoInstitute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University

Metallogr. Microstruct. Anal. (2013) 2:399–403Fig. 2 Effect of low-temperature hold on retained austenite incarbonitrided 8617 steel bar. (a) Carbonitrided 4 h at 845 C(1550 F) in 8% ammonia, 8% propane, and remainder endothermicgas. Oil quenched and tempered 1.5 h at 150 C (300 F). Structure istempered martensite (dark) and retained austenite. (b) Carbonitridedand tempered 8617 bar as in (a), except held 2 h at -75 C(-100 F) between quench and tempering. The structure is scatteredcarbide in a matrix of tempered martensite. Most of the retainedaustenite was transformed during low-temperature hold. Both 3%nital etch. Original magnification: 9200. From the article ‘‘Carbonitriding of Steels’’ by Jon DossettRobert J. GasterDeere & CompanyWinfried GräfenHanomag Härtol Gommern Lohnhärterei GmbH,GermanyJianfeng GuShanghai Jiao Tong University401David GuisbertQA Metallurgical Services LLCM.S. HamedMcMaster UniversityLarry HankeMaterials Evaluation and Engineering, Inc.Volker HeuerALD Vacuum Technologies GmbHPeter HodgsonInstitute for Frontier Materials, Deakin UniversityFranz HoffmannIWT BremenRalph HungerBodycote European Holdings GmbHPeter HushekPhoenix Heat TreatingMichael IvesPark Metallurgical CorporationScott JohnstonCaterpillar Inc.J. KaluckiNitrex Metal Inc.Guldem KartalIstanbul Technical UniversityGary D. KeilCaterpillar Inc.John R. KeoughApplied Process Inc.Matthew T. KiserCaterpillar Inc.Nikolai KobaskoIQ Technologies, Inc.Lingxue KongInstitute for Frontier Materials, Deakin UniversityMaciej KoreckiSECO/WARWICK CorporationJim LairdConsultantB. LiščićUniversity of ZagrebThomas LuebbenIWT BremenXinmin LuoJiangsu UniversityD. Scott MacKenzieHoughton InternationalDan McCurdyBodycoteJim MalloyKolene Corp.Mohammed ManiruzzamanCaterpillar Inc.123

402Metallogr. Microstruct. Anal. (2013) 2:399–403Fig. 3 Scanning electron microscope images of (a) the surface, and (b) the inside of the supercarburized layer treated by quenching andtempering. From the article ‘‘Supercarburizing’’ by J.Y. ShiFig. 4 Nitrided andpostoxidized C15. Oxidationjust began; iron oxides partiallycover the porous compoundlayer below. Courtesy of IWTBremen, Germany. From thearticle ‘‘Gas Nitriding and GasNitrocarburizing of Steels’’ byK.-M. Winter and J. KaluckiBožidar MatijevićQuenching Research CentreL.L. MeekishoPortland State UniversityE.J. MittemeijerMax Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (formerlyMax Planck Institute for Metals Research)B. Hernández-MoralesUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicoAaron MuhlenkampThe Timken CompanyFahrettin OzturkNigde UniversityGeorge PantazopoulosELKEME Hellenic Research Centre for Metals S.A.Renata Neves PenhaUniversidade de São PauloJoseph A. PowellIQ Technologies, Inc.123Narayan PrabhuNational Institute of Technology, IndiaMark RatliffAvion ManufacturingArthur ReardonThe Gleason WorksThomas RisbeckThe Timken CompanyBarbara RivoltaPolitecnico di Milano (Polytechnic InstituteMilan)Olga K. RowanCaterpillar Inc.Valery RudnevInductoheat IncorporatedSatyam S. SahayJohn Deere Asia Technology Innovation CenterS. SanthanakrishnanIndian Institute of Technology Madras

Metallogr. Microstruct. Anal. (2013) 2:399–403Peter SchieferFord-Werke GmbHMichael J. SchneiderThe Timken CompanyJuyan ShiTaiyuan University of TechnologySaša SingerUniversity of ZagrebMark SirrineFlame Treating SystemsRichard D. Sisson, Jr.Worcester Polytechnic InstituteMarcel SomersTechnical University of DenmarkJohn G. SpeerAdvanced Steel Processing and Products ResearchCenter, Colorado School of MinesHeinz-Joachim SpiesTechnical University Bergakademie FreibergBill StofeyNational Polymer Laboratories and Development Co.George E. TottenPortland State University403Eva TroellSwerea IVF ABAndré TschiptschinUniversidade de São PauloDavid Van AkenMissouri State UniversityJan VatavukPresbiterian University MackenzieLi WangAutomotive Steel Research Institute, R&D CenterDale WeiresBoeingK.-M. WinterProcess-Electronic GmbHRoger WrightRensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Retired)Rolf ZenkerTechnical University Bergakademie FreibergCraig ZimmermanBluewater Thermal SolutionsTim ZwirleinCaterpillar Inc.123

ASM Handbook Series on Heat Treating Expands to Four Volumes Springer Science Business Media New York and ASM International 2013 The recently-released Steel Heat Treating Fundamentals and Processes is the first of four upcoming ASM Hand-books on Heat Treating. Under the direction of an editorial team, including Jon Dossett and George Totten as Volume Editors, Volume 4A includes extensive .

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