Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 103, Number 1, January 2006Compte rendu des Journées Sidérurgiques Internationales 2005 de l'ATS
|Page(s)||32 - 37|
|Published online||22 February 2006|
Effect of a nitrogen addition on mechanical and corrosion properties of 1.4116 martensitic stainless steel
High carbon and chromium martensitic stainless steels are used when hardness and corrosion resistance are essential. Their mechanical properties and cold workability are impaired by large Cr carbides formed during solidification. This can be overcome by a nitrogen addition as a substitute for high carbon. Results are reported about 0.080% N addition to a 1.4116 grade (C=0.47%, Cr=14.5%, Mo=0.5%). The new grade offers a better combination of hardness, toughness and corrosion resistance than the three higher carbon grades 1.4109, 1.4112 or 1.4125.
© La Revue de Métallurgie, 2006
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