Monitoring variation of surface residual stresses in shot peened steel components by the magnetic Barkhausen noise method

2010-12-01
SAVAŞ, SERDAR
Gür, Cemil Hakan
Shot peening is a cold working process by which residual compressive stresses are induced in the surface and near-surface region to increase the fatigue strength and the resistance to stress corrosion cracking This study covers non-destructive evaluation of surface residual stresses in the shot peened steel components by the magnetic Barkhausen noise method For this purpose various sets of steel specimens were prepared by a controlled shot peening process with different intensities impact angles and coverage values The measurements showed that a clear relationship exists between surface residual stresses and the Barkhausen noise signals
Citation Formats
S. SAVAŞ and C. H. Gür, “Monitoring variation of surface residual stresses in shot peened steel components by the magnetic Barkhausen noise method,” INSIGHT, vol. 52, no. 12, pp. 672–677, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/42524.