Simulation of Phase Composition of Fe–Cr–Ni–Ti Alloy Using the Example of ZI 130 Steel for Enhancing Corrosion Resistance
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The data on computer simulation of the phase composition of Fe–Cr–Ni–Ti using the example of ZI 130 steel were presented. The purpose of simulation was the precise determination of percentage of titanium, at which alloys has a maximum corrosion resistance. Simulation data can be a basis for correction of chemical composition of corrosion resistant alloys stabilized by titanium.
Keywords:corrosion resistant steels stabilization titanium carbide phase
This work was financially supported by a federal targeted program, agreement no. 14.577.21.0185 from October 27, 2015, unique identification no. PHIER RFMEFI57715X0185.
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