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 (dē-kär′bə-rīz′, -byə-)
tr.v. de·car·bu·rized, de·car·bu·riz·ing, de·car·bu·riz·es
To decarbonize.

de·car′bu·ri·za′tion (-rĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Stainless steel foil has been prevalent as the most common application to offer increased dimensional stability which aids in warding off decarburization and other contamination of tool steel parts.
Meanwhile, EU energy and climate chief Miguel Arias Canete welcomed the initiative on the green hydrogen, saying that it offers significant potential for the decarburization of the European economy.
All of the core imperatives of energy policy reducing energy cost, decarburization, air pollution, energy security, and energy access are made more attainable if led by strong energy efficiency policy,they added.
However, high deposition temperature frequently results in decarburization, phase transformation, and oxidation of hard WC reinforcements or soft Co matrix phase, significantly deteriorating the coating mechanical properties and wear-resistance performance [80-83, 85, 86].
He also was a pioneer in the steel refining process now referred to as decarburization. In 1881, he founded Doherty Mfg.
Boue-Bigne [25] investigated segregation and decarburization using LIBS on polished high-carbon steel.
Because of the high reaction rate, simple operation, small volume membrane absorption technology, and low cost, the hollow fiber membrane contactor is one of the most promising decarburization technologies.
* surface defects as high roughness, decarburization because of heat treatment, scratches, cracks, corrosion affected areas, etc.
These measures refer to: building integrated transport networks that combine various means or types of transport, the improvement of infrastructure in the countries that have joined the EU (starting with 2004 a greater emphasis will be placed on research, innovation and investments, so that Europe should not depend on petrol in the future) and the preparation of industry for the fulfillment of the difficult objectives of decarburization without the reduction of mobility.