Special features of hardening of austenitic-ferritic steel after thermoplastic treatment
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The method of electron microscopy is used to study the structure and phase composition of austenitic-ferritic steel 03Kh14N10K5M2Yu2T in different stages of thermoplastic treatment. Structural changes and their relation with mechanical properties are analyzed.
Keywordsaustenitic-ferritic steel thermoplastic treatment structure phase composition intermetallic compound
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