martensitic steel

martensitic steel

[¦mär‚ten¦zid·ik ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Quenched carbon steel composed chiefly of martensite.
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Some aspects of plant and research experience in the use of new high strength martensitic steel P91; International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping, 84 (1-2), pp.
Rolling the sheet to create the tube was never the hard part, welding a seam in martensitic steel so the tube became one, homogenous structure was always the issue," said Douglas Gore, vice-president of sales and business development.
Rotor is 48 inches in diameter and 53 inches wide with four reversible Martensitic steel blow bars held with a clamping system.
Models A & B would use a low-activation martensitic steel, whereas Models C & D would use SiC as a structural material in the blanket.
There is a world of difference between, say, a white cast iron and a martensitic steel.
9 dynamic stress intensity factor and fracture toughness variation according to fracture toughness criteria is shown for tempered martensitic steel.
In the manufacture of ChromX 4100 results in a low-carbon martensitic steel microstructure with high ductility, innovative steel technology utilize.
It is known that if the martensitic steel is reached in y-stabilize elements like C, Ni, Cr, Cu, an important quantity of residual austenite will be formed.
The full day conference will feature a lineup of keynote speakers who will address these and other important issues in AHSS welding, including the latest research and applications in dual-phase and martensitic steel welding.