Heat Treatment and Properties of Martinsite-Aged Steel Type 00N12K16M11 (Termicheskaya i Svoistva Martensito-Stareiushchei Stali Tipa 00N12K16M11),
ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA
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Studies were made of the heat treatment and properties of martensite-aged steel containing 12.4 nickel. It was shown that rapid, continuous heating allows a fine-grain structure to be produced in the 950-1, 200C interval. However, no subsequent aging modes can yield satisfactory plasticity. This indicates that the plasticity of Fe-Ni-Co-Mo alloys with high cobalt and molybdenum content is determined more by the continuity of grain boundaries and nature of separation of hardening phases than by grain size.
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