austenitic steel


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austenitic steel

[¦ȯs·tə¦nid·ik ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
An alloy whose structure is typically that of austenite at room temperature.
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This chart shows that there is improvement against wear when the austenitic steel 316 is reinforced with TiC, achieving a better performance when MMC are compacted at 800 MPa.
Tsuzaki, "TWIP effect and plastic instability condition in an Fe-Mn-C austenitic steel," ISIJ International, vol.
2009): Determining the influence of cutting fluids on tool wear and surface roughness during turning of AISI 204 austenitic steel.
The results of long-term industrial tests of tubes manufactured from X8CrNiNb1613 austenitic steel according to DIN 17459 in the superheater of an oil shale PF boiler are close to the results obtained at testing of widely used austenitic steel 12Cr18Ni12Ti (OO 14-3-460-75 [2]).
2011) On the effective reaming of austenitic steels On the effective reaming of austenitic steels with cermet reamers and flood cooling.
The 300 series stainless steels are nickel-chromium austenitic steels with low carbon content.
They are mostly cost effective due to lower alloy gratified than similar performing austenitic steels.
High manganese and aluminum austenitic steels have been intensely investigated in recent years for their potential applications in military and transportation industries.
They describe the physical basis for the development of shape memory alloys, including properties like high-temperature shape memory alloys, high-strength single crystals of shape memory alloys, and ferromagnetic shape memory alloys; methods for controlling their functional properties by thermomechanical treatment, warm deformation, electroplastic deformation, high strain rate loading, ultrasonic vibration, and neutron irradiation; maternsitic transformation and shape memory effects in special objects such as porous alloys, thin ribbons, high-strength precipitation-hardening austenitic steels, and TiNi-based alloys; and applications in Russia.
The 18 papers also cover reactor pressure vessel steels; austenitic steels, nickel, zirconium, and aluminum-magnesium alloys and polyethylene; and modeling radiation effects.
It offers corrosion resistance typical of austenitic steels while displaying tensile strength twice that of conventional stainless steels and 50% higher than super alloys.