The Influence of Magnetic Structure on Temperature Dependence of the Yield Strength Of 20Cr-16Ni-6Mn Steel at Low Temperatures
Investigations of the temperature dependence of the yield strength of austenitic stainless steels containing 18% Cr and 8 to 25% Ni have shown that their yield strengths had an anomalous behavior in the low-temperature range.1 It was assumed that this effect is of a magnetic nature. Subsequent investigations of the magnetic state of these alloys by means of magnetic susceptibility and gamma-resonance spectroscopy2,3 revealed that their magnetic state depended on nickel content.
KeywordsYield Strength Magnetic Susceptibility Magnetic State Austenitic Stainless Steel Nickel Content
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