Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 23, Issue 9, pp 659–663 | Cite as

Effect of phase composition and structure of maraging steel 00Kh11N10M2T on its susceptibility to embrittlement when aged at low temperatures

  • S. S. Ryzhak
  • L. V. Tarasenko
  • I. P. Zhegina
  • V. I. Titov
  • V. P. Grebennikova
Maraging Steels
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Keywords

Phase Composition Maraging Steel Steel 00Kh11N10M2T 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1982

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. S. Ryzhak
  • L. V. Tarasenko
  • I. P. Zhegina
  • V. I. Titov
  • V. P. Grebennikova

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