Double heat treatment consisting of quenching from 1050–1080°C in air and tempering for 16 h in air at 750°C provides the highest resistance to relaxation in the KhN77TYu alloy.
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Borzdyka, A.M., Astakhova, L.M. & Salakhova, L.I. Effect of heat treatment on the relaxation resistance of the KhN77TYu alloy. Met Sci Heat Treat 8, 65–67 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00660168
- Heat Treatment
- High Resistance
- Relaxation Resistance
- Double Heat
- Double Heat Treatment