Selective Heat Treating

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There are heat-treating methods that have been developed for altering properties of an object`s portion, not the whole object. These comprise of cooling various alloy areas at different cooling rates, quick heating of alloys within localized areas and quenching through thermo chemical diffusion. Quenching can also be done by tempering various areas of the object at varying temperatures, for example in the differential tempering.