martensitic stainless steel


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martensitic stainless steel

[¦mär‚ten¦zid·ik ′stān·ləs ¦stēl]
(metallurgy)
A hard, quenched magnetic martensitic steel containing principally 11-18% chromium and 0.1-1.2% carbon.
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Investigation of the effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties and microstructure of Din 1.4057 martensitic stainless steel, Metal Science and Heat Treatment 55(910o): 44-48.
* X12Cr13 is a martensitic stainless steel. It is very popular in industrial field since its corrosion resistant and good mechanical properties.
Martensitic stainless steels are usually used for manufacturing components with excellent mechanical properties and moderate corrosion resistance such as turbine blades, steam generators, pressure vessels, and medical treatments.
However, the estimations for A356.0 cast aluminum alloy (Figure 2b) present longer lifes than experimental results at any load level; this also occurs for the wrought aluminum alloys AA6261-T6 and AA6351-T6 and for the martensitic stainless steel tempered at 200[degrees]C.
Martensitic stainless steels are the most used materials for manufacturing hydraulic turbine components, such as runners and blades (Bordeasu 2006).
[3] on martensitic stainless steel 16Cr-2Ni shows the secondary hardening in the temperature range of 300-450[degrees]C.
Aim of this work is to investigate the hydrogen assisted Stress Corrosion Crack phenomena, in a martensitic stainless steel, by using acoustic emission technique.
KVA Martensitic Stainless Steel pipes can be produced in standard sizes up to 36" and wall thicknesses up to 0.500".
The paper is concerned with investigations upon cavitations erosion of the martensitic stainless steel G-X5CrNi13.4 used recently for casting the blades of numerous Kaplan turbines.
Martensitic stainless steel blocks, rails, and balls allow for use in harsh environments.
Ruger first tried making the cylinder from stainless Type 410, a hardenable martensitic stainless steel generally suitable for highly stressed parts, such as Ruger's other revolvers.