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Stain­less Steel at High Tem­pe­ra­tu­res

(Mate­ri­als and App­li­ca­ti­ons Series Vol. 18)

The role of alloy­ing ele­ments; The role of microst­ruc­ture; Mecha­ni­cal pro­per­ties at high tem­pe­ra­tu­res: Creep strength, Stress-rup­ture pro­per­ties, Short-term ten­sile strength, Duc­tility, Ther­mal fati­gue, Tem­pe­ra­ture gra­di­ents, Effect of cold wor­king on pro­per­ties; Microst­ruc­ture sta­bi­lity; Resis­tance to high-tem­pe­ra­ture cor­ro­sion: Oxi­da­tion; Car­bu­ri­sa­tion and nitri­da­tion, Halo­gen-gas cor­ro­sion (chlo­ri­na­tion); For­ma­bi­lity and weld­a­bi­lity; Design for high-tem­pe­ra­ture app­li­ca­ti­ons; Design for oxi­da­tion resis­tance; Selec­ting the alloy: Tem­pe­ra­ture, Atmo­s­phere and com­bus­tion gases;  App­li­ca­ti­ons; Cost con­s­i­de­ra­ti­ons

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