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Induction Seminar Agenda


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MONDAY, August 31, 2015

Technology: The Basics of Induction

  • How does it work?
  • Why use induction?

Equipment: What do you need to have an induction operation?

  • Power Supplies
  • Material Handling
  • Coils
  • Quenching
  • Post-processing

Processes: What can be done with induction? 

  • Typical Raw Materials
  • Transformation:
    • Heating
      • For warm forming
      • For forging
      • For case hardening
      • For heat treatment
    • Melting
    • Welding

Products: What types of parts use induction and why?

  • Typical parts
    • Gears/Splines (case hardening)
    • Driveline components (case hardening)
    • Shafts (case hardening)
    • Engine components (case hardening)
    • Seam welded pipe (welding)
    • Pipe & Bar-Quench & Temper
    • Pipe-Hot reduction
    • Pipe end Heating
    • Pipe Coating
    • Bar Heating & Re-heating for rolling mills
    • Primary Metal castings (for the initial melt)
    • Primary Metal ingots (for the initial melt)
    • Forgings of all types (preheat the metal before warm forging)
    • Tooling and Dies (heat treatment)

Applications and Markets: Where are these parts used?

  • Transmissions – Automotive/Off Highway
  • Front Wheel Drive Half Shafts – Automotive
  • Suspension Components – Automotive
  • Engine Components – Automotive/Off Highway
  • Metal Castings and Ingots – Primary Metals
  • Miscellaneous Wear Parts – Fabricated Metals/Machinery
  • Pipe and Bar Mills
  • Steel and Aluminum plants producing strip for galvanizing, heat treating, or coating

Case Studies-The Advantages of Induction

  • Forging Case Study
  • Temperature Equalization of Continuously Cast Billet


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