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|Test Piece Length||100 + 0.5 mm|
|Test Piece Diameter||25 ( +0.5 -0.0)mm.|
|Height of The Free Water Jet||65 + 10 mm (without test piece in position)|
|Inside Diameter of Vertical Water Supply Pipe||12.5 + 0.5 mm|
|Distance From Tip Of Nozzle To The Bottom Of Test Piece||12.5 + 0.5 mm.|
|This Apparatus Conform||IS3848-1981 ASTM A 255|
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|Test Sample Diameter||25 mm|
|Test Sample Length||100 mm|
The most commonly used method for determining harden ability is the end quench test developed by Jominy Boegehold. In this test a normalized 25 mm diameter 100 mm length test sample of steel to be evaluated is heated uniformly to its austenitizing temperature. The specimen is then removed from the furnace placed in the end quench test apparatus immediately end quenched by a jet of room temperature water.
After end quenching, longitudinal flat surfaces are ground on opposite sides of the test piece as per dimensions. This grinding is very important for correct positioning of the sample in the fixture and also for accurate repeatable and reliable test results.
Jominy Test Fixture is to be positioned on the main screw of the hardness tester for checking hardness of the test sample. Hardness at equal intervals (1 mm or 1/16') to be checked and noted. Plot the resulting data on graph paper with hardness value as ordinate (Y axis) and distance from the quenched end as abscissa (X axis). By comparing the curves resulting from end quench tests of different grades of steels, their relative harden ability can be established. Thus the flatter the curve, the greater the harden ability.
The details of the test are covered in IS : 3848-1981 ASTM : A 255.