Metallography of a heat treated modified austenitic manganese steel containing 1 % V.

Atalay, İsmet Ruşen


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Quenching of steel components results in complex and hard-to-predict dimensional and shape changes (distortion). Even the components manufactured from different parts of the same semifinished product may show significantly different distortion behaviours during quenching. The reason is thought to be non-uniform distribution of distortion potential carriers in the final component (i.e. alloying elements, segregations, residual stresses and phases) which are accumulated throughout the whole manufacturing chai...
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İ. R. Atalay, “Metallography of a heat treated modified austenitic manganese steel containing 1 % V.,” Middle East Technical University, 1987.