Strain ageing and corrosion resistance of pipe steel
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An estimate is given of the effect of strain ageing on the corrosion resistance of pipe steel 17GS in a corrosive operating medium. Metal structure and mechanical properties after strain ageing are considered in two conditions, i.e., after controlled rolling and after normalizing. It is shown that “aged” steel after controlled rolling exhibits greater corrosion resistance than normalized steel.
KeywordsFerrite Corrosion Resistance Pearlite Corrosion Product Corrosion Test
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