ferritic stainless steel


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ferritic stainless steel

[fe‚rid·ik ¦stān·ləs ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Any magnetic iron alloy containing more than 12% chromium having a body-centered cubic structure. Also known as stainless iron.

ferritic stainless steel

A stainless steel having a chromium content of 10.5 to 18% and a low carbon content; it is magnetic and cannot be hardened by heat treatment.
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Titanium-alloyed ferritic stainless steels are a comparable alternative to austenitic stainless steels concerning mechanical properties and corrosion resistance.
In light of the requirement for high weldability in stainless steels used in automobile parts, ferritic stainless steels, which have low carbon content and good market liquidity were assumed as test materials.
After defining the welding parameters, a system was designed to weld beneath the ferritic stainless steel plates Ace P410D to measure susceptibility to corrosion on HAZ.
where q is the heat flux (W), [lambda] is thermal conductivity of AISI 430 ferritic stainless steel (J/s/m/[degrees]C), [rho]c is the specific heat capacity per unit volume (J/[m.sup.3]/[degrees]C), d is the thickness of the material (mm), and [[theta].sub.2] is the dimensionless thermal gradient associated with the process.
On potential applications of ferritic stainless steel grades in high temperature environment.
The material processed here is ferritic stainless steel. Depending on the total material thickness, the welding speed is between 4 and 6m/min.
In this research, the ferritic stainless steel E-brite (Allegheny Ludlum) was chosen as the alloy substrate, and the composition is listed in Table 1.
A re-examination of potential models for roping of ferritic stainless steel. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, v.
Markaki, "In vitro osteoblast response to ferritic stainless steel fiber networks for magneto-active layers on implants," Journal of Biomedical Materials Research--Part A, vol.
7 Nakamura K Takada Y Yoda M Kimura K Okuno O.Galvanic corrosion of ferritic stainless steels used for dentalmagnetic attachments in contact with an iron-platinummagnet.
in the manufacture of high alloys and ferritic stainless steels such as AL6XN[R], Sea-Cure[R], 439, and 430.
Duplex stainless steels and high chromium ferritic stainless steels provide superior resistance to corrosion and to SCC in liquors.