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Material Selection and Heat Treatment Part II Metalurgical Characteristics - September/October 1985

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The article "Material Selection and Heat Treatment Part II Metalurgical Characteristics" appeared in the September/October 1985 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
The approximate tensile strength of any steel is measured by its hardness, Table 1. Since hardness is determined by both chemical composition and heat treatment, these are the two important metallurgical considerations in selecting gear steels.

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Metalurgical Characteristics

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