Published: Jan 1956
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In addition to variation in carbon, chromium, nickel and tungsten content, there was a difference in normalizing temperature. The relatively low residual stresses at 10 hr in comparison to other 12Cr steels suggest the possibility that lower initial stresses were used for the tests on this grade of steel.