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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igc]--intergranular corrosion depth (for austenitic steels [DELTA][S.
Surface modification often is used to greatly improve the wear, fatigue and corrosion resistance of both ferritic and austenitic steels.
A report prepared by analyst Heinz Pariser, owner of HHP Alloy Metals & Steel Market Research and Publications in Germany, also reflected the depth of the trend away from austenitic steels.
PVD Tiger with WSM35 grade is recommended for stainless and austenitic steels, and heat resistant alloys as well as for titanium alloys.
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To continue the above-mentioned investigations austenitic steels B-407 (ASTM), X8CrNiNb1613 and X8CrNiMoNb1616 (DIN 17459) were examined.
The results of the simulation are valid only for the manganese austenitic steels with the following chemical composition:: C = 1.
Tool geometries normally used for austenitic steels are applicable.
Due to their ferritic-austenitic microstructure, they possess a higher mechanical strength and a better corrosion resistance than standard austenitic steels.
The samples are drawn specimens from strips of selected materials: ferritic, austenitic and manganese containing austenitic steels (Gumpel et al.
Finding the role of nitrogen, which is strongly austenite forming element and optimizes ratio of [alpha]/[gamma], is weldability of duplex steels comparable with weldability of austenitic steels.