Study on nitrogen in martensitic stainless steels

@article{Krasokha2011StudyON,
  title={Study on nitrogen in martensitic stainless steels},
  author={N. Krasokha and H. Berns},
  journal={HTM Journal of Heat Treatment and Materials},
  year={2011},
  volume={66},
  pages={150 - 164}
}
  • N. Krasokha, H. Berns
  • Published 2011
  • Materials Science
  • HTM Journal of Heat Treatment and Materials
Abstract Pressure metallurgy is a means of increasing the nitrogen content and thereby the resistance of stainless martensitic steels to pitting corrosion. The present study on their constitution and heat treatment reveals that even at normal pressure more nitrogen is dissolved in the melt if the carbon content increases, because the fraction of ferrite is reduced during solidification. Nitrogen is dissolved more readily during austenitisation than carbon which lowers the C/N ratio at hardening… Expand
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