The effect of heat treatment modes of tool steel Fe – 12% Cr – 0.8% Mo – 0.9% V – 1.6% C on its structure and strength is analyzed. The temperatures for quenching and tempering providing maximum hardness and strength and satisfactory ductility are determined.
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Shveikin, V.P., Kuznetsov, V.P., Kamantsev, I.S. et al. Effect of Heat Treatment on the Structure and Mechanical Properties of Tool Steel 1.6% C – 12% Cr – 0.8% Mo – 0.9% V. Met Sci Heat Treat 64, 441–445 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11041-022-00828-4
- tool steel
- mechanical properties