Carbide reactions (M3C→M7C3→M23C6→M6C) during tempering of rapidly solidified high carbon Cr-W and Cr-Mo steels View Full Text


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1980-05

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A. Inoue, T. Masumoto

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Carbide transformations of M3C → M7C3 → M23C6 → M6C and crystallographic relationships among these carbides were examined by transmission electron microscopy. Two kinds of high carbon-chromium steels containing tungsten or molybdenum were quenched rapidly from the melts and tempered at temperatures up to 700°C. By tempering at 600°C, M7C3 carbides nucleated mostly on cementite/ferrite interfaces and grew inward the cementite byin- situ transformation.In-situ transformations from M7C3 to M23C6 and from M23C6 to M6C were also found in these alloy steels during tempering at higher temperatures. Mutual relationships of crystal orientations among M3C, M7C3, M23C6 and M6C were decided as follows: {fx739-01}. More... »

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739-747

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