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Volume 7, Issue 1, January 2018, Page: 35-44
Desirability and Design of Experiments Applied to the Optimization of the Reduction of Decarburization of the Process Heat Treatment for Steel Wire Sae 51B35
Cristie Diego Pimenta, Department of Business, Dehoniana College, São Paulo, Brazil
Messias Borges Silva, Department of Production, University of Guaratinguetá (Feg-Unesp), São Paulo, Brazil
Rose Lima de Morais Campos, Department of Business, ITES College, São Paulo, Brazil
Walfredo Ribeiro de Campos Junior, Department of Marketing, College ESPM, São Paulo, Brazil
Received: Dec. 26, 2017;       Accepted: Jan. 10, 2018;       Published: Jan. 23, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.ajtas.20180701.15      View  1964      Downloads  108
Abstract
This study contributes directly to the understanding of the causative agent of loss of carbon steel wire during the heat treatment (phenomenon called decarburization). This carbon loss disqualifies the material for your applications originally envisaged, as with mechanical reduction of the amount of the chemical element carbon steel becomes less resistant to traction and less hard what would prevent your use for various applications mechanics. This research aim is to show desirability method application related to decarburization and hardness, in SAE 51B35 drawn steel wires. Data were generated from application of design of experiments methodology (by means of the Minitab Statistical Software) and results revealed that all variables considered in study have significant influence. Statistic modeling was carried out by means of application of multiple linear regression method which allowed obtaining models which represent properly the process itself. Results of response variables decarburization and hardness were submitted to desirability method application and the process was optimized at the best adjust condition of entry variables in relation to their specifications.
Keywords
Design of Experiments, Multiple Linear Regression, Desirability Function
To cite this article
Cristie Diego Pimenta, Messias Borges Silva, Rose Lima de Morais Campos, Walfredo Ribeiro de Campos Junior, Desirability and Design of Experiments Applied to the Optimization of the Reduction of Decarburization of the Process Heat Treatment for Steel Wire Sae 51B35, American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics. Vol. 7, No. 1, 2018, pp. 35-44. doi: 10.11648/j.ajtas.20180701.15
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