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Effect of the composition on the hardenability and properties of complexly alloyed steel for large-size parts

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Abstract

Large-sin parts are usually produced from steels with high hardenability. Intermediate-carbon improved chromium-nickel steels containing 1–3% Ni are used successfully for this purpose in Ukraine and in foreign countries. However, nickel is an expensive and scarce alloying element. The present work is devoted to steels with different compositions with the aim of choosing the most suitable one for large-size parts. The effect of alloying elements on the hardenability and mechanical properties of steels is investigated. A mathematical model is obtained.

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Translated from Metallovedenie i Termicheskaya Obrabotka Metallov, No. 5, pp. 13–17, May, 1995.

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Geller, A.L., Kharchenko, A.V., Kachura, E.D. et al. Effect of the composition on the hardenability and properties of complexly alloyed steel for large-size parts. Met Sci Heat Treat 37, 187–191 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01156891

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Keywords

  • Mechanical Property
  • Nickel
  • Mathematical Model
  • High Hardenability
  • Alloy Steel