austenitic


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austenitic

[¦ȯs·tə¦nid·ik]
(metallurgy)
Composed mainly of austenite.
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Figure (1) show the oxidation behavior of the austenitic stainless steel alloy grade (304 L), the oxidation rate increases with increasing temperature at a fixed time.
The applications of austenitic stainless steels in the field of the process industry are in "pulp and paper, textile, food and beverages, pharmaceutical (and) medical (.
Fill and cap passes were made with austenitic stainless steel, so no evidence of carbon steel was visible to inspectors.
Because austenitic steels cannot be hardened through heat treatment, they are vulnerable to upper-temperature oxidation.
The forming limit curves for hot deep galvanized steel sheet DX54D and austenitic stainless steel DIN 1.
The composition of AISI 316L Austenitic stainless steel was determine by PMI (Positive Material identification) test method.
The IGSCC cracks in MCC austenitic piping of Ignalina NPP appear at the inner surface in HAZ near to weld root and grow to outside close to fusion line (Fig.
0 per cent enhance the austenitic structure and decrease the temperature at which martensite begins to form.
Finally, to protect against gouging abrasion, the most severe type caused by large rocks pressing and creating grooves on the material, use a filler metal with high carbide alloys and austenitic manganese as protection.
Both austenitic filler metals--307 Si and 316 LSi--showed a shorter lifetime, with respectively 85% and 70% of the base metal lifetime.
7m/EUR2m) bank facilities of stainless steel kitchenware, tableware, home and office products maker Austenitic Creations Private Ltd.
5-mm thickness and austenitic stainless deep-drawing steel X5CrNi18-10 of 1.