The effect of carbon on the hardness of martensite and austenite
These are multiphase steels, whose microstructure consists of ferrite, bainite and a small amount of retained austenite
Specimens of geometry designed for torsion tests, after the specified thermal treatment, underwent several torsion loading-unloading cycles, each of them entering the stress plateau where austenite
transforms into martensite.
According to chemical composition, on the Danieli machines low-, medium- and high-carbon steels, steels with super-low content of carbon; low-, medium- and high-alloy; high-strength low-alloy; stainless, including austenite
with low content of carbon, austenite
with titanium, martensite and ferrite, boron containing, siliceous, and other steels are cast.
This interface conjoins two phases: Austenite
If the deformed martensite is now heated through its transformation temperature range, it reverts to austenite
The transformation from austenite
to martensite is mostly accomplished through quenching, but it is driven farther and farther toward completion as temperature decreases.
Welding with high heat input resulted in larger carbides precipitation, a reduction in the retained austenite
content and lower hardness when aging at 550[degrees]C.
The hot phase austenite
is transferred to martensite and Fig.
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Carbides with a typical hardness of 1700 HK (Knoop micro hardness) are dispersed in a ductile eutectic austenite
Its property is unique only in shape memory alloys, NiTinol wire returns to original shape due to transformation from martensite phase low temperature to austenite
phase high temperature.
When they are in solid solution in austenite
, these elements can also lead to lower transformation temperatures .
13 TF are made by transforming basic austenite
NiTi wire into the RC.
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