Properties of Low Carbon High Nitrogen Martensitic Stainless Steels

  title={Properties of Low Carbon High Nitrogen Martensitic Stainless Steels},
  author={S. Hamano and Tetsuya Shimizu and T. Noda},
  journal={Materials Science Forum},
  pages={4975 - 4980}
We produced low carbon and high nitrogen martensitic stainless steels that contain less than 0.1 mass% C and more than 0.45 mass% N, through the pressurized induction melting process, in which nitrogen is introduced from a pressurized N2 atmosphere. The hardness and corrosion resistance of these steels were investigated under various heat treatment conditions. The hardness of these steels after spheroidal annealing treatment is approximately 95HRB and the cold workability is superior to that of… Expand
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