The structure of splat-cooled Fe-20% Cr-25% Ni austenitic steel View Full Text


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1974-07

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J. V. Wood, R. W. K. Honeycombe

ABSTRACT

A controlled atmosphere splat quenching gun has been used to produce splats of Fe-20% Cr-25% Ni. Three types of structure were observed by thin foil electron microscopy, namely high-angle cellular, low-angle cellular, and linear arrays of dislocation loops, which were determined primarily by the heat transfer conditions. In the thin, most rapidly cooled areas (lift-off regions) high-angle cellular structures were observed which were largely free of defects. As the cooling rate decreases there was a greater tendency for low-angle cellular structures to form, but at intermediate cooling rates bands of dislocation loops were observed. These are explained in terms of solute segregation and vacancy coalescence along 〈100〉gg directions in the austenite. More... »

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1183-1188

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