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  • Bernie Hopfinger

    As part of heat straightening temperature treatment of carbon steel when steel is heated to 1,200 degrees F and then after steel is cooled in air to 600 degrees F, would use of compressed air application to speed cooling result in any negative effects on notch toughness?

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