Formation of Structure of Wear-Resistant Steels 150KhNML and Kh12MFL Upon Quenching
The effect of the temperature of heating for quenching on the content of retained austenite and its resistance to the deformation-induced martensitic transformation, the hardening capacity, and the resistance to abrasive wear are studied for high-carbon tool steels 150KhNML and Kh12MFL of pearlitic and ledeburitic classes.
Key wordsabrasive wear hardening austenitization wear resistance martensite retained austenite carbides
The authors are grateful to Yu. V. Khudorozhkova and N. E. Garanov for the active participation in the work.
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