Meta-equilibrium transition microstructure for maximum austenite stability and minimum hardness in a Ti-stabilized supermartensitic stainless steel

Meta-equilibrium transition microstructure for maximum austenite stability and minimum hardness in a Ti-stabilized supermartensitic stainless steel

J.D. Escobar, J.P. Oliveira, C.A.F. Salvador, G.A. Faria, J.D. Poplawsky, J. Rodriguez, P.R. Mei, S.S. Babu, A.J. Ramirez

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Agradecimentos: The authors acknowledge the XTMS beamline members, the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Source (LNLS) and the Metals Characterization and Processing group (CPM) at the Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory (LNNano) for the support with the diffraction experiments; Villares Metals...

The maximization of stable reverted austenite at room temperature through inter-critical tempering is a widely used method to reduce hardness in supermartensitic stainless steels. Nevertheless, partial martensitic transformation might occur due to insufficient compositional stabilization. In this...

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Meta-equilibrium transition microstructure for maximum austenite stability and minimum hardness in a Ti-stabilized supermartensitic stainless steel

J.D. Escobar, J.P. Oliveira, C.A.F. Salvador, G.A. Faria, J.D. Poplawsky, J. Rodriguez, P.R. Mei, S.S. Babu, A.J. Ramirez


										

Meta-equilibrium transition microstructure for maximum austenite stability and minimum hardness in a Ti-stabilized supermartensitic stainless steel

J.D. Escobar, J.P. Oliveira, C.A.F. Salvador, G.A. Faria, J.D. Poplawsky, J. Rodriguez, P.R. Mei, S.S. Babu, A.J. Ramirez

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    Materials & design

    Vol. 156 (Oct., 2018), p. 609-621