Mechanical Engineering - Engineering Materials - Discussion


In induction hardening, the depth of hardening is controlled by controlling the voltage.

[A]. Correct
[B]. Incorrect

Answer: Option A


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Periyamahalingam said: (Apr 27, 2015)  
Controlled by frequency?

Kapil said: (Jun 17, 2015)  
How controlled by frequency?

Gani@1314821 said: (Mar 23, 2016)  
Induction imparts a high surface hardness with a deep case capable of handling extremely high loads. Fatigue strength is increased by the development of a soft core surrounded by an extremely tough outer layer. These properties are desirable for parts that experience torsional loading and surfaces that experience impact forces. Induction processing is performed one part at a time allowing for very predictable dimensional movement from part to part.

Shivam Chayal said: (Aug 12, 2016)  
The depth of hardening is controlled by frequency only.

Aji said: (Jul 6, 2017)  
Correct answer is frequency only.

Dhiyanu said: (Dec 13, 2017)  
Voltage is directly proportional to frequency. So by controlling the voltage, we can control the frequency. So the answer is correct.

Vinay Bel said: (Sep 28, 2020)  
Yes, the Correct answer is frequency.

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