Properties of Austenitic Stainless Steels and Their Weld Metals (Influence of Slight Chemistry Variations)
Brinkman CR, Garvin HW
There are seven papers in this publication. Four deal with the influence of such elements as nitrogen and niobium on primarily elevated temperature behavior of AISI stainless steel Types 304, 304L, 316, and 316H. The other three papers deal with the effects of intentionally added or controlled as well as residual element content on weldability and subsequent mechanical properties of weld metal. Will be of particular interest to the designers, metallurgists, and suppliers of these materials, who must concern themselves heat-to-heat variability and ways of improving properties.
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Effect of Heat-to-heat and Melt Practice Variations upon Fatigue Crack Growth in Two Austenitic Steels
Effect of Nitrogen on the Sensitization, Corrosion, and Mechanical Properties of 18Cr-8ni Stainless Steels
Eckenrod J., Kovach C.
Effect of Electrode Coating on the High-temperature Mechanical Properties of Aisi 316 Austenitic Weld Metals
Residual Elements Have Significant Effects on the Elevated-Temperature Properties of Austenitic Stainless Steel Welds
Edmonds D., Goodwin G., King R.
Influence of Small Amounts of Niobium on Mechanical and Corrosion Properties of Type 304 Stainless Steel
Brinkman C., Moorhead A., Sikka V.
Effect of Small Additions of Niobium on the Welding Behavior of an Austenitic Stainless Steel
Moorhead A., Reed R., Sikka V.
Development of Austenitic Stainless Steels with Controlled Residual Nitrogen Content; Application to Nuclear Energy
Heritier J., Rabbe P.
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