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Experimental study of the effect of hydrogen in argon as a shielding gas in MIG welding of austenitic stainless steel, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 30: 1475-1481.
The samples were cutting into rectangular pieces (19x21x2.5mm) (width x length x thickness) and the austenitic stainless steel samples were honed by using SiC paper.
Even though the EBSD technique can exactly express the degree of plastic deformation in the case of austenitic stainless steel, a rational method needs to be developed for the comprehensive evaluation of plastic deformations in other metals or alloys.
(2006): Laser-assisted machining of an austenitic stainless steel: P550.
As the brass is much brittle than the austenitic stainless steel, this alloy is likely to suffer transgranular brittle fracture.
Macro and intergranular stress responses of austenitic stainless steel to 90[degrees] strain path changes.
Jayaraman, "Oxidation of high-aluminum austenitic stainless steels," Oxidation of Metals, vol.
Somani, "Electrochemical corrosion behaviour of a novel submicron-grained austenitic stainless steel in an acidic NaCl solution," Materials Science and Engineering A, vol.
Welders had used carbon steel filler rods in austenitic stainless steel joints.
The austenitic stainless steel sheet DIN 1.4301 and deep drawing quality steel sheet DX54D were used as the experimental materials.
ABSTRACT: This study was to investigate the behavior of corrosion resistance of 316L austenitic stainless steel bio-implant.
Due to ever-increasing corrosion-resistance requirements -- for example against H2S in oil and gas applications -- the increased use of corrosion-resistant alloys (CRAs) such as 13 Cr (chromium), 316 L, 22 per cent Cr duplex stainless steel (DSS), 25 per cent Cr super duplex stainless steel (SDSS), 6 per cent Mo super austenitic stainless steel and Ni-alloys has to be considered.
The PtCr alloy, the first austenitic stainless steel formulation produced for the stent industry, substitutes platinum atoms for some of the iron and nickel atoms on the crystal lattice of the original 316L stainless steel.
Some topics include electrochemical nanostructuring of semiconductors by the capillary-cell method, inkjet printing of catalyst-inks on Si wafers, diffusion bonding of austenitic stainless steel 316L to a magnesium alloy, and transient liquid phase bonding of high-strength low-alloy steel coiled tubing.
The new austenitic stainless steel version, X10CrNi18-8 (1.4310), is ideal for low cycle applications and is available as a standard product.