Effect of hydroextrusion on mechanical properties and phase composition of Fe−Ni−Cr alloys
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It was shown on the basis of Fe−Ni−Cr−C alloys that hydroextrusion is an effective means of controlling the phase composition and mechanical properties of alloys in the metastable condition.
Warm hydroextrusion of stainless steels containing 0.15–0.35% C leads to a simultaneous and quite substantial improvement of the strength and ductile characteristics.
KeywordsMechanical Property Stainless Steel Phase Composition Metastable Condition Substantial Improvement
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