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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 22, Issue 6, pp 418–421 | Cite as

Effect of structure on the properties of steel 30Kh2N2SMK5

  • P. N. Nikitin
  • E. M. Murav'eva
  • N. F. Rudnev
  • G. I. Elyutina
Structural Steels
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Conclusions

  1. 1.

    High strength, ductility, magnetic induction, and ductile fracture of steel 30Kh2N2SMK5 are characteristic of the structure of a finely dispersed ferrite-cementite mixture resulting from quenching to martensite and tempering at 575°.

     
  2. 2.

    A lower cooling rate (≤300 deg/min) leads to formation of a coarse structure in the tempered condition. In this case the fracture toughness decreases and susceptibility to brittle fracture increases.

     

Keywords

Martensite Brittle Ductility Cool Rate Fracture Toughness 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1981

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  • P. N. Nikitin
  • E. M. Murav'eva
  • N. F. Rudnev
  • G. I. Elyutina

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