austenitic cast iron

austenitic cast iron

[¦ȯs·tə¦nid·ik ¦kast ′ī·ərn]
(metallurgy)
The product resulting from changing the basic crystalline structure of gray or ductile iron by alloying it with substantial amounts of nickel, manganese, silicon, or other elements.
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The chemical compositions of the investigated materials, two ferritic cast irons, SiMo51 and SiMo1000, an austenitic cast iron, D5S, and an austenitic cast steel, HK30, are given in Table 1.
[10.] Kuhn, H.-J., Rehmer, B., and Skrotzki, B., "Thermomechanical Fatigue of Heat-Resistant Austenitic Cast Iron EN-GJSA-XNiSiCr35-5-2 (Ni-Resist D-5S)," Int.