austenitic


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austenitic

[¦ȯs·tə¦nid·ik]
(metallurgy)
Composed mainly of austenite.
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During this period the casting becomes fully austenitic and the matrix becomes saturated with carbon.
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Pearlite decomposition is unavoidable over extended exposure to 1000F, and pearlitic irons lose long-term strength and dimensional stability, leaving annealed and ferritic or austenitic irons for high temperature applications.