austenitic stainless steel


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austenitic stainless steel

[¦ȯs·tə¦nid·ik ¦stān·ləs ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Stainless steel composed principally of austenite made stable by alloying with nickel.
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A 20 mm thick austenitic stainless steel can be welded using Nd:YAG laser coupled with an arc source with multi-pass technique (Jokinen & Kujanpa, 2003).
By application of austenitic stainless steel for car's body lateral impact deformation zones pre-deformation of parts is necessary (by hydromechanical forming etc.
IGSCC is one of the main degradation mechanisms in the austenitic stainless steel piping in RBMK type reactors.
Based on the investigation of the effect of oxygen and nitrogen as assist gases on the cut quality of austenitic stainless steel plate it was found that nitrogen gas produces brighter and smoother cut surface with smaller kerr width compared to oxygen.
TIP 0402-20 "GTAW root pass welding of 6% molybdenum austenitic stainless steel pipe--open root joint with hand-fed filler"
As many readers may know, this channel drainage system, which is pickle passivated to ensure maximum corrosion-resistance, is manufactured in 2mm thick austenitic stainless steel, and is available in four channel widths.
J&L is the second largest austenitic stainless steel producer in the United States.
The microstructure of IC austenitic stainless steel, as-cast and heat treated was the subject of an investigation by a number of researchers at Oklahoma State Univ.
Other topics include synthesizing lanthanum nickelate and praseodymium substituted compounds by the molten salt technique, laser shot peening of 304 austenitic stainless steel without protective coating, X-ray studies on lead sulfide, the automation of a photoacoustic spectrometer for nondestructive evaluation, a comparative study of removing methylene blue by the adsorption process, and synthesizing and characterizing ligand and its metal complexes.
Corrosion related failures of welded austenitic stainless steel components are still very common in engineering structure.
The figure shows dimples typical of ductile fracture, with only superficial cracking, in contrast, the fracture surface of the 304L specimen in Fig 2b shows fanlike morphological features typical of transgranular SCC cracking of austenitic stainless steel and no evidence of ductile fracture.