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  1. Microstructure and mechanical properties of surface layers ...

    Microstructure and mechanical properties of surface layers of 30CrMnSiA steel plasma nitrocarburized with rare earth addition. Abstract. The pulse plasma nitrocarburizing for 30CrMnSiA steel was conducted at 560 °C for 8 h in mixed gases of N2:3H2 and different flow rates of

  2. A study on the dynamic characteristics of abrasion for ...

    It was found that the diffusion and redistribution of carbon, iron and chromium atoms in worn surface layers for 3Cr13 steel took place. Iron atoms in the martensitic crystal lattice were replaced by chromium atoms. Carbon atoms diffused to the austenitic phase in the worn surface layer for Cr15MoCu cast iron transformed to austenitic phase.

  3. Atomic-scale investigation of carbon atom migration in ...

    May 15, 2017 · Atomic-scale investigation of carbon atom migration in surface induced white layers in high-carbon medium chromium (AISI 52100) bearing steel Author links open overlay panel S.B. Hosseini a b d M. Thuvander c U. Klement b G. Sundell c K. Ryttberg d

  4. Carbon restoration for decarburized layer in spring steel ...

    Carbon restoration for decarburized layer in spring steel. A carbon-rich layer is coated on the surface of the object. The object is then heat treated at conditions similar to the manufacturing process. To accomplish the objective, an experiment and a finite-element analysis (FEA) simulation were

  5. A study on the dynamic characteristics of abrasion for ...

    It was found that the diffusion and redistribution of carbon, iron and chromium atoms in worn surface layers for 3Cr13 steel took place. Iron atoms in the martensitic crystal lattice were replaced by chromium atoms. Carbon atoms diffused to the austenitic phase in the worn surface layer for Cr15MoCu cast iron transformed to austenitic phase.

  6. Carbon redistribution under deformation of steels with ...

    Request PDF on ResearchGate, Carbon redistribution under deformation of steels with bainite and martensite structures, In recent years, application of high duration steels, first of all redistribution carbon atoms in the surface layers of 30crmnsia steelSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.

  7. Carbon restoration for decarburized layer in spring steel ...

  8. Adsorption Behavior of Organic Corrosion Inhibitors on ...

    carbon atoms. The function of the polar head-groups is to provide a bonding between inhibitor molecules and the steel surface. Hydrophobic tails which are facing the solution are thought to be important in establishment of self-assembled layer(s) of corrosion inhibitors on the metal surface2 and key to the protection they offer.

  9. (PDF) Kinetics of phase transformations in the surface ...

    In the initial state, the main quantity of carbon atoms is concentrated in cementite particles, and after a long operation of rails, along with cementite particles, carbon is located in defects of redistribution carbon atoms in the surface layers of 30crmnsia steel

  10. The inuences of alloy elements on the carburized layer

    surface. Cementite lm is believed to form on the surface after the carbon atoms are absorbed onto the steel surface [3]. In a low-pressure environment the metal oxide on the steel surface will be reduced at high temperature [4,5].As a consequence, cementation and reduction reactions on the steel surface speed up the carburization process.

  11. Study of Carbon Atoms Deposited on Graphene Layer

    Study of Carbon Atoms Deposited on Graphene Layer Using Molecular Dynamics Simulation Hosseini. Sedighe Beigoma, Moradi.Mohammada and Raoufi. Davoodb aDepartment of

  12. Stress and Composition of Carbon Stabilized Expanded ...

    Stress and Composition of Carbon Stabilized Expanded Austenite on Stainless Steel THOMAS L. CHRISTIANSEN and MARCEL A.J. SOMERS Low-temperature gaseous carburizing of stainless steel is associated with a colossal supersatu- ration of the fcc lattice with carbonSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.

  13. The inuences of alloy elements on the carburized layer

    surface. Cementite lm is believed to form on the surface after the carbon atoms are absorbed onto the steel surface [3]. In a low-pressure environment the metal oxide on the steel surface will be reduced at high temperature [4,5].As a consequence, cementation and reduction reactions on the steel surface speed up the carburization process.

  14. Development of compound layer of iron (carbo) nitrides ...

  15. TRIBOLOGICALLY INDUCED CHANGES IN THE

    that railway service leads to a similar redistribution of carbon in the top layer of the rail steel, the austenite which is observed in the WELs of rails (containing approximately 3 at.% C) might have formed from the carbon enriched ferrite by a shear mechanism. A different possibility would be that, due to the severely

  16. Adsorption Behavior of Organic Corrosion Inhibitors on ...

    carbon atoms. The function of the polar head-groups is to provide a bonding between inhibitor molecules and the steel surface. Hydrophobic tails which are facing the solution are thought to be important in establishment of self-assembled layer(s) of corrosion inhibitors on the metal surface2 and key to the protection they offer.

  17. Stress and Composition of Carbon Stabilized Expanded ...

  18. CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology

    Carbon migration A B S T R A C T Grain nement and non-equilibrium carbon segregation within grain boundaries alters the mechanical performance of hard turning layers in carburized bearing steel. An atom probe tomography (APT) study on the nanostructured hard turning layers reveals carbon migration to grain boundaries as a result of carbide

  19. Characterisation of surface martensite-austenite ...

    worked on the surface layer predictions in the finish hard turning of AISI52100 steel (6062 HRc). An analytical thermal model is used to obtain the final temperature distributions due to the overall heat sources. Chou and Song (2005) assume that the white layer in steel machining is the phase transformation (austenitisation) product. So, the

  20. DT A-Level - Forming Metals Flashcards, Quizlet

    - The material is placed in a carbon rich atmosphere - It is then heated to around 950ºC (- At this stage, the carbon atoms are able to enter the material structure, building up the carbon content at the surface of the material) - The longer the product is left in the carbon atmosphere, the ticker the carbon layer

  21. Carbon Steel definition physical properties & heat treatment

    The surface finish after machining normalised carbon steel will be better than that of annealed carbon steel as the grain structure is more refined. Annealing Heat the material to within the annealing range shown in Fig 4 , hold for a period of time appropriate for its thickness and artificially retard its cooling rate in an oven or similarly redistribution carbon atoms in the surface layers of 30crmnsia steel

  22. Corrosion inhibition and surface hardening of KP1 and KP4 ...

    Carbon atoms that did not diffuse during the rapid cooling led to a distorted matrix, combined with metal atoms, and also resulted in a large density of dislocations at the surface. Accordingly, the larger fraction of carbon in the KP1 sample may have caused a larger density of dislocations at the surface.

  23. (PDF) Zr-metal adhesion on graphenic nanostructures, J ...

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  24. Cascading phase transformations in high carbon steel ...

    It can be seen that the carbide has a carbon concentration of around 25 at.%, martensite has a carbon concentration of around 4 at.%, which is the nominal carbon concentration of the steel.

  25. Correlation between Li Plating Behavior and Surface ...

    The neat carbon surface is highly lithiophobic on account of the lattice mismatch between the bodycentered cubic (bcc) structured lithium and hexagonal carbon, meaning that the junction areas are more favorable for Li nucleation than the neat carbon surface, leading to

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