austenitic manganese steel


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austenitic manganese steel

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On casting of austenitic manganese steel in wear-resistant parts, Annals of the University of Oradea, Mechanics fascicle, pag.479-486, ISSN 1011-2855, 12-15, May, 2005, Oradea.
Austenitic manganese steels are tough, strong, and ductile that have been utilized as a universal wear-resistant component because they harden under impact.
The antiwear austenitic manganese steels (Hadfield) have a greater resistance than the carbon steels with the same yield strength [R.sub.m].
AFS Research Report: On the Heat-Treatment of Hadfield's Austenitic Manganese Steels Part VIII: Studies on Micro-Characterization (04-129)
Goal--The heterogeneous distribution and variety of embrittling phases makes it difficult to verify if heat-treatment objectives are achieved in austenitic manganese steels by microstructure interpretation.
Zavadil, CANMET/Materials Technology Laboratory, discussed austenitic manganese steels [1.2% carbon, 13% manganese (Mn)], which suffer from intergranular embrittlement.