EVALUATION OF WEAR AND CORROSION BEHAVIOR OF HEAT TREATED STAINLESS STEEL

Authors

  • Kiran Kumar S Department of Mechanical Engineering , PESIT, Bangalore, Karnataka-560085, India
  • Nishanth Udupa A Department of Mechanical Engineering , PESIT, Bangalore, Karnataka-560085, India.
  • Prashanth T Department of Mechanical Engineering , PESIT, Bangalore, Karnataka-560085, India.

Keywords:

Heat Treatment, SS304, Abrasion Wear, Adhesion Wear , Corrosion Resistance

Abstract

This paper discusses about the abrasive wear resistance and corrosion resistance of SS304. In the current work heat treated SS304 rectangular billets are subjected to abrasion using Dry Sand/Rubber Wheel Apparatus and adhesion wear for samples subjected to different heat treatment process. The steel billets are subjected to four types of cooling medium -furnace cooling, air cooling, ice cooling and oil cooling. The hardness for all the specimens is determined. The steel billets after heat treatment are also subjected to immersion corrosion test. It is seen that samples subjected to furnace cooling have shown superior corrosion and wear resistance when compared to the other counterparts.

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Published

2015-09-01

How to Cite

[1]
Kiran Kumar S, Nishanth Udupa A, and Prashanth T, “EVALUATION OF WEAR AND CORROSION BEHAVIOR OF HEAT TREATED STAINLESS STEEL”, JME, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 136–138, Sep. 2015.

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