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Microstructure-Tailored Stainless Steels with High

Nov 05, 2018 · These properties are higher than all conventional 300 series steels with yield strength between 240 and 300 MPa, tensile strength between 500 and 650 MPa and microhardness in the range of 140180 Hv [ 30 ]. The ductility of the SLM 316L however is similar to conventional 316L. Researchers could finely tune high-temperature superalloys Apr 07, 2021 · Researchers could finely tune high-temperature superalloys for specific properties. April 7, 2021. A piece of alloy is stress tested at KTH (Courtesy Levente Vitos) Superalloys that withstand extremely high temperatures could soon be tuned even more finely for specific properties, such as mechanical strength, as a result of work undertaken at

Tailoring Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of

Abstract:The microstructures and mechanical properties of AlCoCrFeNi0.3 high-entropy alloys (HEAs) are tailored through heat treatment. During heat treatment, the dendrite phase with a body-centered-cubic (bcc) structure transformed into the interdendrite phase with a bcc structure. Tailoring soft magnetic properties of Fe-based amorphous Apr 01, 2020 · The Fe 83 B 10 C 3 Si 3 P 1 amorphous alloy possesses excellent soft magnetic properties with high Bs of 1.71 T and low Hc of 1.5 A/m. It shows that density increase of the alloys and weakened metalloid- sp /metal- d bonding caused by C addition contribute to the increment of Bs. Tailoring the Mechanical Properties of Laser Cladding 1060 steel substrate via laser cladding deposition, and the mechanical properties met those of the substrate, which veried that tailoring the mechanical properties of the laser cladding-deposited alloys with a mixture of 410L and FeCrBSiMo alloy powders for steel

High Carbon Steel Properties & Uses Sciencing

Feb 16, 2020 · Any steel with a carbon content of 0.55 percent or higher, or about one part in 180, is considered high-carbon steel. Pushing this content past 2 percent makes the result extremely brittle and of limited use, although this is how cast-iron products (e.g., wood stoves, cookware) are made. So as you can see, "high carbon" is a relative term.