Specifications Relating to Shot Peening

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  • Shot Peening
  • Year: 1961, Source: SAE: AMS 2430 C Rev. 07/1961
  • This specification covers the engineering requirements for automatic peening of surfaces of parts by impingement of metallic shot, glass beads, or ceramic shot....

  • Test Strip, Holder And Gage For Shot Peening - Sae J442
  • Year: 1961, Source: SAE: J 442 Rev. June 1961
  • This SAE Standard is supplemented by an SAE Recommended Practice, Procedures for Using Standard Shot Peening Test Strip, SAE J443. The control of a peening machine operation is primarily a matter of ...

  • Procedures For Using Standard Shot Peening Test Strip
  • Year: 1961, Source: SAE: J 443 Jun61
  • This SAE Recommended Practice provides uniform procedure for using the standard shot peening test strips in SAE Standard J442, Test Strip, Holder and Gage for Shot Peening. Descriptors: Shot peening...

  • Shot Peening of Ferrous Metal Parts
  • Year: 1956, Source: MIL-S-13165A
  • This specification has been approved by the Department of Defense and is mandatory for use by the Departments of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force. This specification covers shot peening of ferro...

  • Manual On Blast Cleaning
  • Year: 1953, Source: SAE: J 792
  • This manual on blast cleaning is a companion to the one published on shotpeening. It is intended to help engineers, management, and shop personnel to increase their knowledge of the process. The inf...

  • Procedures for Using Standard Shot-Peening Test Strip
  • Year: 1952, Source: SAE: J 443
  • The test strip A is used for arc height up to 0.024 A (See arc-height designation given in SAE Standard Test Strip, Holder, and Gage for Shot Peening. ) For greater degrees of peening, the C test stri...

  • Test Strip, Holder, and Gage for Shot Peening
  • Year: 1952, Source: SAE: J 442 Jan52
  • Outline of Method of Control- The control of a peening machine operation is primarily a matter of the control of the properties of a blast of shot in its relation to the work being peened. The basis...

  • Shot Peening
  • Year: 1951, Source: SAE: AMS 2430 A Rev. 10/1951
  • This specification covers the engineering requirements for automatic peening of surfaces of parts by impingement of metallic shot, glass beads, or ceramic shot....

  • Metal Grit And Shot For Blast Cleaning And Peening
  • Year: 1950, Source: MIL-M-851-A
  • This specification covers chilled or hardened iron or steel grit and shot for blast cleaning of sand, slag, rust and marine incrustations from castings, forgings, ship hulls and decks, or other parts ...

  • Shot Peening
  • Year: 1948, Source: SAE: AMS 2430 B Rev. 11/1954
  • 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 AMS 2430
  • Year: 1948, Source: SAE: AMS 2430, Issued 09/01/1948
  • To impose compressive stresses on specified surface layers of metallic parts, primarily for increasing fatigue strength but may be used for other purposes such as testing for bond of plated material. ...

  • Shot Peening of Metals, General Specification For
  • Year: 1944, Source: AXS-1272 (Rev. 1)
  • Ordinance Department U. S. Army Tentative Specification 31 August, 1944 (ed. This is the predecesor to MIL-S-13165, Shot Peening of Metals)...


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