Low-temperature ultrasonic treatment of quenched austenitic steel 12Kh18N10T induces the development of the martensitic transformation.
The change in the properties of the steel during low-temperature ultrasonic treatment points to isothermal kinetics of the martensitic transformation that develops.
The appearance of martensite phase (up to 25%) substantially increases the saturation magnetization of the steel, the length of the samples, and the electrical resistivity.
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Biront, V.S., Sushchikh, V.A. & Sidorov, F.K. Effect of low-temperature ultrasonic treatment on the properties of steel 12Kh18N10T. Met Sci Heat Treat 22, 137–139 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00699680
- Electrical Resistivity
- Saturation Magnetization
- Martensitic Transformation
- Ultrasonic Treatment