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.
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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.
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.
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.
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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.