austenitic


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austenitic

[¦ȯs·tə¦nid·ik]
(metallurgy)
Composed mainly of austenite.
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Austenitic stainless steels can be joined with various welding methods, if appropriate.
Figure (1) show the oxidation behavior of the austenitic stainless steel alloy grade (304 L), the oxidation rate increases with increasing temperature at a fixed time.
Before deformation, the steel matrix was mostly austenite, and the strain caused phase transformation to [alpha]'-martensite during deformation; therefore the increase in the percentage of second phase is closely related to the degree of deformation, which means that the percentages of the two phases are an exact expression of the degree of plastic deformation on austenitic stainless steels.
The applications of austenitic stainless steels in the field of the process industry are in "pulp and paper, textile, food and beverages, pharmaceutical (and) medical (...) processing equipment" [3].
Metal Carbide and soft austenitic matrix--These alloys contain large amounts of metal carbides in softer matrix and are good for severe abrasion applications.
Extensive researches on the friction welding of the A 6061-T6 aluminium alloy with six types of steel, for example, unalloyed steel, toughening steel, and austenitic steel, have been presented by Ochi et al.
Sands and Keady [7] found that austenitic SSs (Fe-Cr-Mn-Ni-N) have corrosion resistance similar to those of AISI 300 series SSs during atmospheric exposure and under oxidizing conditions.
Fill and cap passes were made with austenitic stainless steel, so no evidence of carbon steel was visible to inspectors.
Steel alloys that operate in high-temperature situations, such as aircraft engines and metal-forming machinery, are often austenitic, meaning they have as their primary base a face-centered cubic crystal.
The austenitic stainless steel sheet DIN 1.4301 and deep drawing quality steel sheet DX54D were used as the experimental materials.
ABSTRACT: This study was to investigate the behavior of corrosion resistance of 316L austenitic stainless steel bio-implant.
Due to ever-increasing corrosion-resistance requirements -- for example against H2S in oil and gas applications -- the increased use of corrosion-resistant alloys (CRAs) such as 13 Cr (chromium), 316 L, 22 per cent Cr duplex stainless steel (DSS), 25 per cent Cr super duplex stainless steel (SDSS), 6 per cent Mo super austenitic stainless steel and Ni-alloys has to be considered.