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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Load ratings for ball bearings manufactured from 300 series austenitic steel are approximately 20% of the ratings for 400 series.
Abstract: High effective cermet reaming of austenitic steel with cutting speeds 40-100 m/min, feed per revolution 0.
Each train unit will be composed of one electric-diesel locomotive, which powers five cars with austenitic steel body shells.
It covers electing surface-treatment technologies, stainless austenitic steel, thin film technology, plastics including PVD, thermal CVD hard-material coating, hot-filament CVD diamond thin films, electrodeposition and other plating processes, thermal spraying, flame and arc spraying, spray materials, high-velocity oxygen fuel flame spraying, a plasma spray system, diagnostics in thermal spraying, sol-gel and hot-dip coatings, built-up brazed-wear coatings, applications of coating processes in brazing technology, surface protection through build-up welding, and non-destructive testing and assessment of coatings.
Such a diagram for austenitic steel 12Cr18Ni12Ti (metal temperature T = 580[degrees]C, chlorine content of oil shale ash--0.
Comparing the FLC defined for an austenitic steel sheet DIN 1.
Based on theoretical knowledge was predicted adsorption of ozone on tools because there were used cutters HSS-Co which were not coated by method PVD and cutters contained only approximately a quarter of chromium content of machined austenitic steel.
Machining handbooks and product catalogs list 400 series as a ferritic-martensitic steel and list 300 series as an austenitic steel.
The valve material used today is austenitic steel (21-2N) and finished valves cost $1$3.
At the same time, non-magnetic austenitic steel becomes slightly ferromagnetic (Kurc & Stoklosa, 2010; Meszaros & Prohaszka, 2005; Ozgowicz et al.