Strengthening of an Fe−Ni−V−C alloy by cyclic phase transformation View Full Text


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DATE

1971-07

AUTHORS

C. Apple, G. Krauss

ABSTRACT

The martensitic strength of an Fe-22 Ni-1 V-0.3 C alloy exposed to direct and reverse martensitic transformation between −196° and 610°C was increased by as much as 35,000 psi from the strength in the uncycled condition. This increase was nearly double the strength increase produced in a martensitic Fe-25 Ni-0.3 C alloy after cycling. Substantial ductility increases accompanied the strengthening. A calibration curve of yield strength vs pct uncycled martensite allowed martensitic strength comparisons to be made in spite of variations in the amount of retained austenite. Transmission electron microscopy showed that fine carbide particles on the order of 100 Å in diam formed during heating in the martensite to austenite portion of a transformation cycle on the Fe−Ni−V−C alloy. The particles were identified as VC from extraction replicas. The strengthening produced by cycling was analyzed by summing calculated strength increases due to substructural changes and fine particle dispersion and the calculated decreases due to the reduced solid solution strengthening that accompanies the formation of carbides. More... »

PAGES

1785-1791

Journal

TITLE

Metallurgical Transactions A

ISSUE

7

VOLUME

2

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02913406

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