Shot Peening

Shot Peening

Editor(s): Lothar Wagner

Published Online: 7 FEB 2006

Print ISBN: 9783527305377

Online ISBN: 9783527606580

DOI: 10.1002/3527606580

About this Book

Shot peening has been proved to be a powerful instrument in enhancing the resistance of materials to various kinds of stress-induced damage, particularly against damage due to cyclic loading (fatigue) in air or in aggressive environments.
As shot peening can be used for a wide variety of structural components irrespective of shape and dimensions, the number of shot peening applications in many industrial branches is increasing.
The use of peen forming as a technique to form large metal parts into complicated shapes is also increasing, particularly in the aerospace industry.
The Conference covers all aspects of the Science, Technology and Application of Shot Peening, and was intended to attract users, manufacturers as well as scientists working in the field of "Materials Treatment by Shot Peening". Emphasis was put on the current state of knowledge and research.
This book offers scientists and engineers an unique opportunity to update their knowledge on shot peening.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Applications

  2. Part II: Techniques and Controlling

    1. Virtues & Limitations of Almen Round (pages 83–88)

      Mahesh C. Sharma, Himanshu Deo, Suresh C. Modi and Rudolf G. Bosshard

    2. A Theoretical and Experimental Investigation into the Development of Coverage in Shot Peening (pages 101–107)

      Saravannan Karuppanan, Jose Solis Romero, Eduardo R. de los Rios, Chris Rodopoulos and Andrew Levers

  3. Part III: Surface Layer Properties

  4. Part IV: Peen Forming

  5. Part V: Corrosion and Fretting

  6. Part VI: Fatigue of Fe- and Ni-based Alloys

    1. Effect of Ultrasonic Shot Peening on Fatigue Strength of High Strength Steel (pages 305–310)

      Yoshihiro Watanabe, Kaneshi Hattori, Mitsuru Handa, Norihiko Hasegawa, Keiro Tokaji, Masahide Ikeda and Jean-Michel Duchazeaubeneix

  7. Part VII: Fatigue of Light Weight Alloys

    1. Shot Peening of Cast Magnesium Alloys (pages 374–379)

      Tomasz Ludian, Matthias Hilpert, Armin Kiefer and Prof. Dr.-Ing Lothar Wagner

  8. Part VIII: Alternative Mechanical Surface Treatments

    1. Process Control Techniques for Laser Peening of Metals (pages 474–482)

      Rob Specht, Fritz Harris, Laurie Lane, Dean Jones, Lloyd Hackel, Tania Zaleski, John Halpin, Mike Hill and Wilfried Wübbenhorst

  9. Part IX: Modeling

    1. Theoretical Analysis of Beneficial and Detrimental Effects of Controlled Shot Peening in High Strength Aluminium Alloys (pages 547–553)

      Chris A. Rodopoulos, Rachel E. Edwards, Sean Curtis, Jose Solis Romero, Jung-Hee Choi, Eduardo de los Rios and Andrew Levers

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