Accession Number : AD0456327


Title :   FEASIBILITY OF DEVELOPING AN HY-180/210 WELDMENT.


Descriptive Note : Progress rept. no. 5,


Corporate Author : UNITED STATES STEEL CORP MONROEVILLE PA APPLIED RESEARCH LAB


Personal Author(s) : Porter, L F ; Rathbone, A M ; Rolfe, S T ; Dorschu, K E


Report Date : 01 Dec 1964


Pagination or Media Count : 25


Abstract : Work was continued on a number of possible approaches for developing HY-180/210 base metals and filler metals. Recent extensive evaluation of various base-metal alloy systems indicates that the 12Ni-5Cr-3Mo type steels exhibit somewhat better strength and toughness than the carbon-martensitic age-hardened or the conventional quenched and tempered steels. However, before abandoning the latter two approaches, a production heat of each steel is planned to confirm the laboratory tests and for comparsion with previous production heats of the 12Ni-5Cr3Mo steel. The most promising approach to date involves special processing of conventional steels by rapid heat treatment. (Author)


Descriptors :   *STEEL , *MARAGING STEELS , *WELDS , MECHANICAL PROPERTIES , WELDING , FEASIBILITY STUDIES , INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH , METAL PLATES , TOUGHNESS , HEAT TREATMENT , TRANSITION TEMPERATURE , STATISTICAL ANALYSIS , WELDING RODS , CARBON ALLOYS , MARTENSITE , AGING(MATERIALS) , TEST METHODS , IMPACT SHOCK , SHIP HULLS , SHIP PLATES , SUBMARINE HULLS , FORGING , ROLLING(METALLURGY) , HARDENING


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