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1972-04

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R. H. Barkalow, R. W. Kraft, J. I. Goldstein

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The freezing process in AISI type M2 high speed tool steel (6 pct W, 5 pct Mo, 4 pct Cr, 2 pct V, 0.8 pct C) was studied by metallographic and thermal analysis techniques. Unidirectional solidification of small laboratory melts in a modified crystal growing apparatus was employed to provide metallographic sections of known macroscopic growth direction. Also cooling curves were obtained on 40 g specimens solidified in thimble crucibles. X-ray microradiography, electron probe scanning techniques, and quantitative microanalysis of dendrites and interdendritic carbides were extensively used to supplement conventional metallography. Carbon and vanadium contents of M2 were varied in order to observe the effect of an austenite and ferrite stabilizer on the thermal analysis curves and microstructure. The nonequilibrium freezing process in M2 includes three major liquid-solid reactions: 1) Liquid → Ferrite, 1435°C; 2) Liquid + Ferrite → Austenite, 1330°C; 3) Liquid → Austenite + M6C + MC, 1240°C. These reactions account for the as-cast structure of the commercial alloy. The addition of carbon depresses the liquidus (1) and solidus temperatures (3) and narrows the gap between the liquidus (1) and peritectic transformation (2). This gap is eliminated at > 1.39 wt pct C, where the initial freezing reaction is the crystallization of austenite. The accompanying microstructural change is the elimination of σ eutectoid dendrite cores. The addition of vanadium promotes ferrite formation by strongly depressing the peritectic reaction and thus widening the gap between the liquidus and the peritectic. More... »

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919-926

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