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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 26, Issue 7, pp 556–559 | Cite as

Effect of alloying elements on austenite transformation kinetics in chromium-nickel rolling mill cast irons

  • V. T. Kalinin
  • V. A. Krivosheev
  • L. T. Kalinina
  • A. N. Filipchik
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Conclusion

Tungsten both with small and large amounts of supercooling increases austenite stability, but niobium with small amounts of supercooling (550–450°C) decreases it, and with large amounts (350°C and below) it increases its stability. On alloying chromium-nickel cast iron with cobalt austenite isothermal decomposition moves to the left, and alloying with boron accelerates the austenite decomposition process in the temperature range 550–500°C with an increase in its stability in the range 500–200°C.

Keywords

Iron Cobalt Austenite Boron Tungsten 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1985

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  • V. T. Kalinin
  • V. A. Krivosheev
  • L. T. Kalinina
  • A. N. Filipchik

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