Cryogenic Fracture Behavior Of Metastable Austenitic Stainless Steel In A High Magnetic Field
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3.1 The metastable stainless steel system: global approach Second phase aspects in austenitic stainless steels considered the austenitic decomposition enhanced by mechanical, hydrogen or both interactions. In fact this whole material class is unstable below the Md temperature even with no hydrogen.
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tion. Also, Samuel et al.15) report that fracture toughness of 316L austenitic stainless steel decreases with an increase in the testing temperature. Shindo et al.16) evaluate the fracture toughness of 304 and 316 austenitic stainless steel at cryogenic temperature in a high magnetic field by J IC. Some investigations17,18) report that J
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mechanical behavior can be achieved with dispersions of metastable austenite particles. In such systems, critical experiments employing cryogenic high magnetic field (20 Tesla) treatments to vary retained austenite content in otherwise identical microstructures  demonstrate that
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at 77K. These are attractive because of their relatively low cost. (2) 300-series austenitic stainless steels, including particularly the low-carbon, high nitrogen modifications, 304LN and 316LN, which combine high strength and toughness at 4K with good weldability. These alloys are metastable austenitic steels that transform under strain at 4K.
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austenitic steels that transform under strain at 4K. (3) High-strength, stable austenitic strength and toughness at 4K with good weldability. These alloys are metastable low-carbon, high nitrogen modifications, 304LN and 316LN, which combine high relatively low cost. (2) 300-series austenitic stainless steels, including particularly the
Cryogenic Fracture Behavior of Metastable Austenitic
Cryogenic Fracture Behavior of Metastable Austenitic Stainless Steel in a High Magnetic Field Y. Shindo, F. Narita, M. Suzuki, and I. Shindo Department of Materials Processing, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan ÓÄÊ 539.4
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8.3 Transformation Effects on Fracture Behavior 9. Fracture Toughness 9.1 Cryogenic Toughness Parameters 9.2 Metallurgical Variables 9.3 Anisotropy 9.4 Inhomogeneity 10. Special Factors in Magnet Applications 10.1 Magnetic Fields 10.2 Size Effect 10.3 Sensitization 10.4 Aging Effects on Steel Properties 10.5 Preventing Sensitization 11. Welding
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this work is to study the effects of cryogenic high magnetic field environments on the fracture1) and fatigue crack growth2) behavior of austenitic stainless steels. 2. Procedure (1) The fracture behavior of the metastable austenitic stainless steels at cryogenic temperatures is studied.