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URN etd-0802106-151047 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3349 times. Download 2873 times. Author Chia-Hung Sun Author's Email Address No Public. Department Materials Engineering Year 2005 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 48 Title The effect of microstructure and the mechanical properties of AISI D2 tool steel by deep cryogenic treatment Keyword deep cryogenic sub-zero treatment epsilon-carbide epsilon-carbide sub-zero treatment deep cryogenic Abstract The high alloy cold work tool steel AISI D2 has been used for
specimens material to investigate the influence at cryogenic treatment on
the wear resistance of the steel. The cutting tool specimens prepared by
conventionally, sub-zero and cryogenically have been used for evaluation
on the flank wear of the cutting tips by turning the hot rolled AISI 1045
steel on the comparison bases.
Further, TEM examination was used for investigating the
microstructure change during cryogenic treatment. The experiment results
evidenced that the cryogenic treatment improved the preferential
precipitation of fine ε-carbides. The fine ε-carbide particles distributed
uniformly in the matrix of martensite promoted the strength and
toughness of the martensite matrix so as to increase the wear resistance of
the tool steel.
Advisor Committee Fan-Shiong Chen - advisor
C.H. Hsu - co-chair
Chen Hsien Hwang - co-chair
S.C. Lee - co-chair
Y.C. Chen - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2006-07-14 Date of Submission 2006-08-03