austenitic steel


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Noun1.austenitic steel - steel that has enough nickel and chromium or manganese to retain austenite at atmospheric temperatures
austenite - a solid solution of ferric carbide or carbon in iron; cools to form pearlite or martensite
steel - an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon; widely used in construction; mechanical properties can be varied over a wide range
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of TiC, using compaction pressure of 700 and 800 MPa, in order to evaluate the best manufacturing conditions of the compounds that can ensure that the addition of ceramic particles (TiC) to austenitic steel (316) matrices leads to an improvement in wear resistance.
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12 are unique crack observed only for austenitic steel with martensite.
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Monitoring indicates possible stress corrosion of the super heater, gives early warnings of excursions on condensates, and detects hydroxides and chlorides that contribute to the stress corrosion of austenitic steel.
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