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Longer lasting components through residual stress design

 
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2007 10:56 am    Post subject: Longer lasting components through residual stress design Reply with quote

Cincinnati, Ohio – September 24, 2007, – Lambda Technologies has been issued a U.S. patent for their revolutionary method of designing beneficial, compressive residual stresses (RS) into metallic components for enhanced fatigue performance. This patented methodology will significantly influence the implementation of compressive residual stresses in metallic components used in many industries critical to the U.S. economy and its’ national security such as the aerospace, automotive, medical implants, and power generation markets. To view the entire press release, visit: [url]http://www.lambdatechs.com/html/documents/LT_Press_Release_Fatigue_Design_Diagram_Sept_2007.pdf[/url]
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