Paper Title:
Effect of TiC Addition and Cooling Rate on Mechanical Properties of 316L Stainless Steel Composites
  Abstract

The present research work concerns the development of TiC reinforced 316L stainless steel composites through powder metallurgical technology and sintered in vacuum. The effect of TiC particle addition and cooling rate on the mechanical properties of 316L stainless steel composites has been investigated. The results show that increasing the cooling rate caused enhancement of ultimate tensile strength and microhardness. However, the elongation to failure of the composites was decreased with the increase of cooling rate. The addition of TiC particle was found to improve the ultimate tensile strength of 316L stainless steel composites. The highest tensile strength was 648 MPa in specimens containing 5wt.% TiC. Further increase in TiC content to 10wt% results in a reduction in tensile strength to 631 MPa.

  Info
Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 311-313)
Chapter
Composites
Edited by
Zhongning Guo
Pages
84-87
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.311-313.84
Citation
S. J. Lin, S. Y. Wang, "Effect of TiC Addition and Cooling Rate on Mechanical Properties of 316L Stainless Steel Composites", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 311-313, pp. 84-87, 2011
Online since
August 2011
Export
Price
$32.00
Share

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

Authors: F. Romero, Vicente Amigó, M.D. Salvador, A. Vicente
Abstract:Titanium metal matrix composites were produced. The powder metallurgy route applied was a conventional route consisting of blending titanium...
817
Authors: Tao Jiang, Hai Yun Jin, Zhi Hao Jin, Jian Feng Yang, Guan Jun Qiao
Abstract:The machinable B4C/BN ceramics composites were fabricated by hot-pressing sintering process at 1850oC for 1h under the pressure of 30MPa....
53
Authors: Yan Jun Wang, Bin Wang, Li Ying Yang, Shou Ren Wang
Abstract:High speed steel based ceramic preforms with three-dimensionally interpenetrated micropores were fabricated using the mixture of TiH2, CaCO3...
625
Authors: Shi Zhong Wei, Liu Jie Xu, Guo Shang Zhang, Ji Wen Li, Bao Zhu Dai
Chapter 3: Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Abstract:Mo-based composites with Al2O3 particles were developed in order to enhance the wear resistance of molybdenum alloys....
467
Authors: Zhu Rui, Yu Tao Zhao, Song Li Zhang, Zhi Hong Jia
Chapter 1: Non-Ferrous Metal Material
Abstract:Abstract:Aluminum matrx composites reinforced by in situ ZrB2 particles are fabricated from A356-AlB-K2ZrF6 system via in-situ melt reaction...
122