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The Effect of Grinding Conditions and After-Treatments on the Fatigue Strength of 13Cr Steel
Journal of the Society of Materials Science Japan
Hereunder is reported the investigation made of the effect of grinding conditions and aftertreatments, such as barrel-finishing and grit-blasting, on the reversed plane-bending fatigue strength of hardened 13Cr stainless steel. Two grinding conditions were considered, the gentle and the severe. The grinding direction was always in parallel to the length of the specimen. The results obtained are summarized as follow: (1) The fatigue limit of severely ground specimens has remained about 42% lowerdoi:10.2472/jsms.21.11 fatcat:kdp527j3vnfynme7sxhj7jxze4