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The article "Characterizaton of Retained Austenite in Case Carburized Gears and Its Influence on Fatigue Performance" appeared in the May/June 2003 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Carburized helical gears with high retained austenite were tested for surface contact fatigue. The retained austenite before test was 60% and was associated with low hardness near the case's surface. However, the tested gears showed good pitting resistance, with fatigue strength greater than 1,380 MPa.

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