Published: Jan 1982
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CA6NM was a major step in the development of high-strength cast stainless steels. For severe service environments, even better mechanical and corrosion properties may be needed. To meet the requirements imposed by these environments, a group of steels containing nominally 12 to 17 percent chromium, 4 to 6 percent nickel, 0 to 2 percent molybdenum, and 0 to 2.6 percent copper has been developed and commercially produced. Heat treatment, mechanical properties, microstructures, weldability, and corrosion resistance of the alloys are described.
martensitic stainless steel, high-strength cast stainless steel, corrosion resistance, pitting potential, stainless steel castings, weldability, ferrite, martensite, austenite, microstructure, toughness, hardenability, tempering, passivation potential, corrosion fatigue, heat treatment
Development manager, Climax Molybdenum Co., Torrance, Calif.
Development manager, Climax Molybdenum Gmbh, Dusseldorf,
Development engineer, Climax Molybdenum S. A., Paris 16°,
Paper ID: STP28450S