Kinetics of deformation and fracture of diffusion-chromized steels under single and repeated static loads
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Metallographic examination was used to study the nucleation and growth of cracks in diffusion-chromized structural steels. It was shown that cracks during the deformation of low-carbon steels originate on the diffused layer surface, while the fracture of martensitic steels begins underneath the chromized layer.
KeywordsLayer Surface Static Load Diffuse Layer Structural Steel Martensitic Steel
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