Dissolution and Precipitation of Excess Phases in High-Nitrogen Steels


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Cast structure of ferric, austenitic and dual-phase high-nitrogen alloys and steels saturated with nitrogen at pressures of up to 3.2 MPa and solidified at cooling rates of 2 to 4•104 K/s has been investigated. Increasing the nitrogen concentration in the alloy and decreasing the cooling rate results in smaller nitrogen content in α and γ solutions and in larger content of crystallization nitrides.



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A.G. Svyazhin and L. M. Kaputkina, "Dissolution and Precipitation of Excess Phases in High-Nitrogen Steels", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 638-642, pp. 3026-3031, 2010

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