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Computer simulation is used to predict the residual stresses and distortion of a fullfloat truck axle that has been
induction scan hardened. Flux2D® is used to model the electromagnetic behavior and the power distributions inside
the axle in terms of time. The power distributions are imported and mapped into DANTE® model for thermal, phase
transformation and stress analysis. The truck axle has three main geometrical regions: the flange/fillet, the shaft, and
the spline. Both induction heating and spray quenching processes have significant effect on the quenching results: distortion and residual stress distributions. In this study, the effects of spray quenching severity on residual stresses and distortion are investigated using modeling.
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