Research Reports

The Spring Research and Manufacturers Association Research Programme 1876

The effect of low temperature heat treatment parameters on the fatigue performance on chrome-vanadium helical compression springs

The production of spring fatigue data with statistical levels of confidence. Part 4 of 7 parts. The fatigue properties of springs manufactured from chrome-vanadium wire to En47 Grade I to BS 1429.

Just in time techniques

The Spring Research Association Research Programme 1971 – a commentary

Further studies on the effect of non-metallic coatings on the corrosion fatigue strength of a spring steel

On the fatigue performance of disc springs

The relaxation and creep of springs at elevated temperatures: a literature survey

The stress temperature relaxation properties of some high temperature and corrosion resistant materials

A study of some factors which might affect the free length variability of springs produced on a Torrington 115A coiling machine

An investigation into the effect of prestressing and solid stress on the relaxation behaviour of compression springs

Advanced surface engineering processes to enhance the dynamic performance of springs

The application of numerical control techniques to spring coiling machines

The Spring Research Association Research Programme 1975

Hydrogen embrittlement of hardened and tempered carbon spring steel strip electroplated with zinc. Second progress report: The effects of steel composition, baking temperature and baking time upon hydrogen embrittlement and a digest

The properties of BS 1408M R1 and R2 wires and springs

Physical distortion in heat treated spring clips

A comparison of the fatigue properties of springs made from electro-slag refined steel and conventionally melted steel to specification BS 1408C

The effect of the order of hot prestressing and shot peening on the fatigue and relaxation properties of low Cr-V valve springs

Use of polymer quenchants within the spring industry