carburization


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Related to carburization: Nitriding, decarburization, Carburizing Steel, Carburising

car·bu·rize

 (kär′bə-rīz′, -byə-)
tr.v. car·bu·rized, car·bu·riz·ing, car·bu·riz·es
1. To treat, combine, or impregnate with carbon, as when casehardening steel.
2. To carburet.


car′bu·ri·za′tion (-bər-ĭ-zā′shən, -byər-) n.
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These liquefied petroleum gases such as butane and propane for domestic and propane as carburization product use.
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This also reduces the process time, carburization is controlled to a negligible level and no scaling takes place.
Fortunately, there are several treatments available, although some of these treatments can decrease carburization and resistance to tension corrosion.
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Carpene, E, Flank, AM, Traverse, A, Schaaf, P, "EXAFS Investigation of Laser Nitridation and Laser Carburization of Silicon.
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The coating is designed to prevent corrosion, oxidation, carburization, and sulfidation that commonly occur in gas, liquid, steam, and other hostile environments.
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