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High Interstitial Stainless Austenitic Steels

Benefits

  • First book focussing on High Interstitial Stainless Austenitic Steels

  • Written by the very experts for these materials

  • Deals with fundamental as well as with application aspects

Book

Part of the Engineering Materials book series (ENG.MAT.)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Hans Berns, Valentin Gavriljuk, Sascha Riedner
    Pages 1-5
  3. Hans Berns, Valentin Gavriljuk, Sascha Riedner
    Pages 7-19
  4. Hans Berns, Valentin Gavriljuk, Sascha Riedner
    Pages 21-83
  5. Hans Berns, Valentin Gavriljuk, Sascha Riedner
    Pages 85-109
  6. Hans Berns, Valentin Gavriljuk, Sascha Riedner
    Pages 111-126
  7. Hans Berns, Valentin Gavriljuk, Sascha Riedner
    Pages 127-139
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 141-167

About this book

Introduction

High Interstitial Stainless Austenitic Steels is of interest to all engineers and resaerchers working with stainless steel, either at universities or R&D departments in Industry. The new applications described appeal to design engineers while procees engineers find interesting challenges. These novel steels enter more and more industrial applications. Their development is presented by this book in its entirety, starting from the electronic scale of components. This makes it particlularly attractive to Materials Scientists and Metal Physicists.

Keywords

Atomic Interactions Manufacturing Applications Short Range Atomic Order Thermodynamic Stability of Phases Tribological Properties

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Fak. Maschinenbau, Inst. WerkstoffeUniversität BochumBochumGermany
  2. 2.KievUkraine
  3. 3.KamenGermany

About the authors

HANS BERNS
BORN 1935, STUDIED FERROUS METALLURGY, WORKED IN THE SPECIALIZED STEEL INDUSTRY FROM 1959 TO 1979, DOCTORATE TH ACHEN 1964, HABILITATION TU BERLIN 1975, HELD THE CHAIR OF MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY AT THE RUHR-UNIVERSITY BOCHUM, GERMANY, FROM 1979 TO 2000

VALENTIN GAVRILJUK
BORN 1938, STUDIED METAL PHYSICS; WORKED SINCE 1962 AT INSTITUTE FOR METAL PHYSICS, KIEV, UKRAINE, AS POSTGRADUATE (1962), SENIOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHER (1973), LEADING SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHER (1986), HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGN OF STEELS AND ALLOYS SINCE 1989; DOCTORATE 1965, HABILITATION 1986.

SASCHA RIEDNER
BORN 1975, STUDIED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AT THE RUHR-UNIVERSITY BOCHUM, GERMANY, MAJORING IN ENGINEERING MATERIALS, RECEIVED HIS DIPLOMA IN 2004 AND HIS DOCTORATE IN 2009, SINCE THEN HAS BEEN WORKING AS AN R+D ENGINEER AT THE GERMAN SPECIALITY STEEL COMPANY (DEW) IN WITTEN.

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