precipitation hardening


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precipitation hardening

n
(Metallurgy) metallurgy a process in which alloys are strengthened by the formation, in their lattice, of a fine dispersion of one component when the metal is quenched from a high temperature and aged at an intermediate temperature
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The addition of microalloying elements offers an important cost-effective approach to obtain a good combination of excellent toughness and strength through grain size control and precipitation hardening.
Precipitation and Precipitation hardening are very important phenomena as they are equally useful in Chemistry (Solid State), Physical Metallurgy and Solid State Physics.
Different mechanisms realize the aimed high strength of this steel group: precipitation hardening by hindering the dislocation movement, grain refinement due to nucleation at precipitates, and grain growth hindrance at high temperature by TiN.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steel Bars Of 155Mm Dia (3 Pieces Of About 12M Long) As Per Specification Appended With Purchasers Tender No.

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