Properties of high-strength steel 38Kh5MSFA heat treated by different regimes
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Results of a study of the mechanical properties and microstructure of high-strength steels of the martensitic class heat treated by different regimes are presented.
KeywordsAustenite Fatigue Crack Impact Toughness Homogenize Treatment Rolled Stock
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