austenitic manganese steel


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austenitic manganese steel

[¦ȯs·tə¦nid·ik ¦maŋ·ga‚nēs ′stēl]
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In the case of the use of balls made of austenitic manganese steel, one remarked the advantage of the smaller wears and tears with a reduced specific consumption of grinding bodies, whereas the average productiveness increased due to a constant ball loading in the mill.
Goal--The heterogeneous distribution and variety of embrittling phases makes it difficult to verify if heat-treatment objectives are achieved in austenitic manganese steels by microstructure interpretation.
Zavadil, CANMET/Materials Technology Laboratory, discussed austenitic manganese steels [1.
A project investigating work hardening of austenitic manganese steels indicated that a magnetic constituent, thought to be epsilon carbide, was produced on the slip planes in this alloy when cold worked.