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Kinetics of austenite decomposition in steels during welding

  • N. N. Prokhorov
  • É. L. Makarov
  • V. I. Gospodarevskii
Metal Science

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Welding Austenite Austenite Decomposition 
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References

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    C. L. M. Cottrell, Journal Iron and Steel Institute, vol. 174, 1953, (5), pp. 17–24.Google Scholar
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    C. L. M. Cottrell, British Welding Journal, vol. 1, 1954, (9), pp. 409–412.Google Scholar
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    N. N. Prokhorov and E. L. Makarov, ‘Method for Estimation of Resistance of Steels to Cold Cracking in Welding’. Svarochnoe Proizvodstvo, 1958, (9), pp. 15–18.Google Scholar
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    Composition of UONI 13/45 electrodes is 53% calcium carbonate; 18% fluorspar; 9% quartz; 2% ferromanganese; 3% ferrosilicon; and 15% ferrotitanium. Translator's Note.Google Scholar

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© Henry Brutcher 1959

Authors and Affiliations

  • N. N. Prokhorov
    • 1
  • É. L. Makarov
    • 1
  • V. I. Gospodarevskii
    • 1
  1. 1.Bauman Higher Technical InstituteMoscow

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