Enhancement of impact toughness of structural steels upon formation of carbide-free bainite

@article{Kaletin2015EnhancementOI,
  title={Enhancement of impact toughness of structural steels upon formation of carbide-free bainite},
  author={Andrey Kaletin and Andrii Ryzhkov and Yu. V. Kaletina},
  journal={The Physics of Metals and Metallography},
  year={2015},
  volume={116},
  pages={109-114}
}
Mechanical properties of chromium-nickel-molybdenum steels with the carbon contents of 0.1 to 0.4% after slow continuous cooling in the bainitic range have been determined, and the structure has been investigated. It has been shown that, at a carbon content of about 0.10–0.15% and upon additional alloying with silicon and aluminum after such a heat treatment, in steels, the structure of carbide-free bainite is formed and a substantial enhancement in the impact toughness is observed compared to… 
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