The applicability of active thermography as a non-destructive method to distinguish heat treated from not-treated boron steel has been investigated. While the usual hardness semi-destructive tests influence the inspected surface, laser thermography is capable of verifying the effectiveness of heat treatment in boron steel in a non-destructive way without any surface modification. The procedure has been verified on two plates of boron steels with different structures (100% ferritic– pearlitic and 100% martensitic).

Evaluation of Effectiveness of Heat Treatments in Boron Steel by Laser Thermography

Giuseppe Dell’Avvocato;Davide Palumbo;Maria Emanuela Palmieri;Umberto Galietti
2021-01-01

Abstract

The applicability of active thermography as a non-destructive method to distinguish heat treated from not-treated boron steel has been investigated. While the usual hardness semi-destructive tests influence the inspected surface, laser thermography is capable of verifying the effectiveness of heat treatment in boron steel in a non-destructive way without any surface modification. The procedure has been verified on two plates of boron steels with different structures (100% ferritic– pearlitic and 100% martensitic).
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