Published: Jan 1968
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The history of the problem of temper brittleness is surveyed; the reviews of Hollomon, Woodfine, and Low are reexamined in the light of recent developments, and the work carried out since 1959 is reviewed. Included in the latter is a model which has been proposed to explain the phenomenon. The problem of “500 F embrittlement” and its connection with temper brittleness are discussed, and a rudimentary model is proposed. Suggested directions for future research are indicated.
temper embrittlement, mechanical properties, steel, metallography, evaluation, history
McMahon, C. J.
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
Paper ID: STP46479S