SBN

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AcronymDefinition
SBNServizio Bibliotecario Nazionale (Italian: National Library Service)
SBNSurface Bullnose
SBNSatellite Broadcast Network
SBNSociedade Brasileira de Nefrologia (Portuguese: Brazilian Society of Nephrology)
SBNSpring Break Nationals (trade show)
SBNSuperior Business Network (Costa Mesa, CA; est. 2002)
SBNStandard Book Number (now ISBN)
SBNStrontium Barium Niobate
SBNSociety for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
SBNSchool Board News (various schools)
SBNStop Bullying Now
SBNSalt Bath Nitriding (heat treating process)
SBNSociedade Brasileira de Neurocirurgia (Brazilian Society of Neurosurgery)
SBNSite Builder Network
SBNStrong Base Number (petroleum and lubricant industry)
SBNSouth Bend, IN, USA - Michiana Regional Airport (Airport Code)
SBNSouthern Blue Nile (Sudan)
SBNStudent Broadcast Network
SBNSchout-Bij-Nacht (Dutch)
SBNSpecial Billing Number
SBNState Bar Number (attorney)
SBNSa Bum Nim
SBNSuzhou Bordnetze Electrical Systems Ltd. (China)
SBNSingle Bullnose (tiles & building materials)
SBNSabinian (linguistics)
SBNSportBikers Network
SBNShip Building Navy
SBNStatic Bayesian Network (information processing)
References in periodicals archive ?
Through ion nitriding in AISI 4140 low alloy steel and subjecting to rotary bending test of 95 Hz, the result obtained as 50% improvement in fatigue strength depending on case depth and 12% improvement in fatigue strength comparing salt bath nitriding as shown in figure 10 [18].
* Through ion nitriding in steel 50% improvement in fatigue strength is obtained depending on case depth and 12% improvement of fatigue strength than salt bath nitriding. It has even high hardness of 1450-1500 HV) can be obtained at high melting point, the hardness can be retained at higher temperatures and it has increased fatigue life and service performance under oxidation and corrosive environments.
"Surface Hardening of AISI 304, 316, 304L AND 316L SS using Cyanide Free Salt Bath Nitriding Process" International Symposium of Research Students on Materials Science and Engineering.