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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 18, Issue 9, pp 803–805 | Cite as

Effect of alloying on the corrosion resistance of valve steel 55Kh20G9AN4

  • K. A. Verner
  • E. V. Doronina
Stainless Steels

Conclusions

  1. 1.

    In the development of alloy steels for exhaust valves in engines operating on light (gasoline) and heavy (diesel) fuels one must take into consideration the effect of alloying elements on the corrosion resistance of the steel in the respective combustion products.

     
  2. 2.

    When the steel is alloyed with molybdenum (to increase its heat resistance) it must also be alloyed with elements improving its corrosion resistance in order to suppress the negative effect of molybdenum on the corrosion resistance.

     

Keywords

Combustion Diesel Molybdenum Gasoline Corrosion Resistance 
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Literature cited

  1. 1.
    Kunio Kusaka, "Modern valve steels" Nikon Kindzoku Gakkai Kaiko,8, No. 5, 334 (1969).Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    Kunio Kusaka and Kinihiro Tzurumi, "Effect of alloying elements on vanadium corrosion of heat-resistant steels of the 20Cr−10Ni type," Nikon Kindzoku Gakkaisi,33, No. 13, 380 (1969).Google Scholar
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    K. A. Verner, A. F. Buinov, and V. M. Doronin, "Austenitic steel with a low nickel content for exhaust valves of internal combusition engines operating at temperatures up to 900°C," Trudy NAMI, No. 81, 66 (1966).Google Scholar

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© Consultants Bureau 1976

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  • K. A. Verner
  • E. V. Doronina

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