Specifications Relating to Shot Peening

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  • Surfaces Treatments And Inorganic Coatings For Metal Surfaces Of Weapons Systems
  • Year: 1971, Source: MIL-S-5002C
  • This specification covers the requirements for cleaning, surface treatments and inorganic coatings for metallic surfaces of weapons systems parts....

  • Shot Peening AMS 2430 G
  • Year: 1971, Source: SAE: AMS 2430 G, Rev. 11/1971
  • This specification covers the engineering requirements for peening surfaces of parts by impingement of metallic shot or glass beads....

  • Military Specification Grain, Abrasive, Soft for Carbon Removal
  • Year: 1970, Source: MIL-G-5634C plus AMENDMENT 2 and 3
  • This specification covers soft abrasive grains to be used as abrasive blasting material for the removal of carbon from metal surfaces, and cleaning of operating jet engines....

  • Shot Peening
  • Year: 1969, Source: SAE: AMS 2430 F Rev. 05/1969
  • This specification covers the engineering requirements for automatic peening of surfaces of parts by impingement of metallic shot, glass beads, or ceramic shot....

  • Manual On Blast Cleaning - Sae J792a
  • Year: 1968, Source: SAE: J 792a
  • This manual on blast cleaning is a companion to the SAE Manual on Shot peening. It is intended to help engineers, management, and shop personnel to increase their knowledge of the process. The infor...

  • Shot Peening
  • Year: 1966, Source: SAE: AMS 2430 E Rev. 09-1966
  • This specification covers the engineering requirements for automatic peening of surfaces of parts by impingement of metallic shot, glass beads, or ceramic shot....

  • Shot Peening Of Metal Parts
  • Year: 1966, Source: MIL-S-13165B
  • This specification covers procedure requirements for shot peening of metal parts, to induce residual compressive stresses in specified surfaces, for the purpose of increasing the fatigue strength and ...

  • Glass Beads: For Cleaning And Peening
  • Year: 1966, Source: MIL-G-9954A
  • This specification covers glass beads to be used with pressure/suction type blasting equipment....

  • Military Specification Abrasive Material for Blasting
  • Year: 1965, Source: MIL-A-21380B
  • This specification covers mineral type abrasives used with pressure blasting equipment to descale, clean, and finish metallic parts....

  • Glass Bead Peening Procedures
  • Year: 1965, Source: MIL-STD-852
  • This standard establishes minimum requirements and procedures for glass bead peening of ferrous and non-ferrous parts which are subjected to repeated applications of stress such as the following: axl...

  • Shot Peening
  • Year: 1963, Source: SAE: AMS 2430 D Rev. 07/1963
  • This specification covers the engineering requirements for automatic peening of surfaces of parts by impingement of metallic shot, glass beads, or ceramic shot....

  • Sampling Procedures And Tables For Inspection By Attributes
  • Year: 1963, Source: MIL-STD-105D
  • This publication establishes sampling plans and procedures for inspection by attributes. When specified by the responsible authority, this publication shall be referenced in the specification, contra...

  • Inspection System Requirements
  • Year: 1963, Source: MIL-I-45208A
  • This specification establishes requirements for contractors' inspection systems. These requirements pertain to the inspections and tests necessary to substantiate product conformance to drawings, spe...

  • Surface Rolling And Other Methods For Mechanical Prestressing Of Metals
  • Year: 1962, Source: SAE: J 811 Jun62
  • With the need for more efficient use of metals, consideration of mechanical prestressing during the design phase seems obvious, for the vast majority of fractures are caused by metal fatigue. Reduced...


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