(Ti, Ni)6C, formed in steel Kh18N12T during operation at high temperatures, is less stable during subsequent heating than σ phase. Its solution temperature is 50–100° lower than that of σ phase.
The solution of σ phase and (Ti, Ni)6C during heating changes the properties of steel Kh18N12T.
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Gulyaev, V.N., Bulanov, Y.P. & Oparina, A.M. Kinetics of the solution of second phases in steel Kh18N12T. Met Sci Heat Treat 15, 337–339 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00660336
- Solution Temperature
- Subsequent Heating
- Steel Kh18N12T