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High nitrogen steels

proceedings of the international conference organised by the Institute of Metals and the Socíeté française de métallurgie and held at Lille in France on May 18-20, 1988

by HNS 88 (1988 Lille, France)

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Published by Institute of Metals in London, Brookfield, VT, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Steel -- Nitrogen content -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementHNS 88 ; edited by J. Foct, A. Hendry.
    ContributionsFoct, J., Hendry, A., Institute of Metals., Société française de métallurgie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN693.I7 H57 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 461 p. :
    Number of Pages461
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2189144M
    ISBN 100901462454
    LC Control Number89007416

      NEW DELHI: Stainless steel maker Jindal Stainless (Hisar) Ltd. has entered into an agreement with Defence Research & Development Organisation under which the government agency will transfer technology to manufacture high nitrogen steel for the defence sector to the company. The deal comes after decade-long joint efforts in research and development by JSHL and Defence Author: Nishtha Saluja. nickel, molybdenum, copper, nitrogen, vanadium, niobium, titanium, and zirconium are used in various combinations. HSLA Steel Categories. High-strength low-alloy steels include many standard and proprietary grades designed to provide specific desirable combinations of properties such as strength, toughness, formability, weld-.

    High carbon and many alloy steels can only be cooled slow enough in a temperatue controlled furnace since the cooling rate must be only 20 degrees F per hour for several hours. The set of processes, annealing, hardening and tempering are collectively known as "heat treating". For details see below. A new high-molybdenum, high-nitrogen stainless steel | B. Wállen; M. Liljas; P. Stenvall | download | BookSC. Download books for free. Find books.

      All steels contain some nitrogen. In high-strength low-alloy steels, nitrogen contributes to grain refinement and precipitation hardening. HSLA steels containing nitrogen are found in weldable reinforcing bars and, due to nitrogen’s positive influence on creep strength, stream and gas turbine components and boiler tubes. Carbon and nitrogen pick-up In terms of resistance to carburization, austenitic steels show more favorable results than ferritic steels due to their high nickel content. Formation of chromium carbides or chromium nitrides embrittles the material. Additionally, the surrounding matrix becomes chromium-depleted and thus less able to form an Therma.


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Basic research and new manufacturing methods have led to high nitrogen steels (HNS), a promising new group of materials for use in advanced applications in mechanical and chemical engineering.

The book deals with the atomic structure, constitution, properties, manufacturing and application of martensitic, austenitic, duplex and dualphase steels of superior strength and corrosion resistance. Basic research and new manufacturing methods have led to high nitrogen steels (HNS), a promising new group of materials for use in advanced applications in mechanical and chemical engineering.

The book deals with the atomic structure, constitution, properties, manufacturing and application of matrensitic, austenitic, duplex and dualphase steels of superior strength and corrosion by: Basic research and new manufacturing methods have led to high nitrogen steels (HNS), a promising new group of materials for use in advanced applications in mechanical and chemical engineering.5/5(1).

High-nitrogen steels (HNS) are finding increased application in energy production, transportation, pulp and paper, oil and gas and chemical process industries, due to their outstanding mechanical properties as well as their corrosion/oxidation and wear resistance.

Basic research and new manufacturing methods have led to high nitrogen steels (HNS), a promising new group of materials for use in advanced applications in mechanical and chemical engineering. The book deals with the atomic structure, constitution, properties, manufacturing and application of matrensitic, austenitic, duplex and dualphase steels of superior strength and corrosion resistance.

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The steel exhibits high yield strength and corrosion resistance, both of which increase with increasing nitrogen content, yet high ductility and impact strength are maintained when properly annealed. An alloy design model has been used to develop an austenitic stainless steel containing 25–28 wt.% Cr, 22 wt.% Ni,6 wt.% Mn, 4–8wt.%Mo, and O.6Cited by: 5.

High manganese, high nitrogen austenitic steels: proceedings of two conferences on high manganese austenitic steels: the first conference held in conjunction with ASM International's Materials Week '87, Cincinnati, Ohio, October the second conference held in conjunction with ASM R.

Lula. Technology & Engineering. ELSEVIER Materials Science and Engineering A () MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING A Overview: high-nitrogen alloying of stainless steels J.W.

Simmons Albany Research Center, US Bureau of Mines Queen Ave, S.W. Albany, ORUSA Received 5 April ; in revised form 6 July Abstract High-strength austenitic stainless steels can be produced by Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Historical evolution of HNS alloys; Production of high-nitrogen bearing steels and stainless steels; Microstructural aspects and thermodynamics stability of nitrogen bearing stainless steels; Corrosion properties of nitrogen bearing stainless steels; Mechanical behaviour of nitrogen-bearing.

However, in high alloy steels like stainless steels, the story is different. Similar to nickel, nitrogen in stainless steels stabilizes the austenite phase at room temperature.

Additionally, it can increase the strength of stainless steels by accommodating at interstitial sites of solid lattice of austenite. Therefore, it is allowable to add up to % ( ppm) nitrogen to stainless steels without any : Mehdi Yari. duplex stainless steels. Keywords: Nitrogen, Nitrogen solubility, High Nitrogen Steel, Martensitic steel, Super Duplex Stainless Steel 1 Introduction Nitrogen is an important element influencing the properties of high alloyed steels, although its content is much lower than the content of the other alloying elements.

For example, in the case. High nitrogen steels (HNS) are a new class of high alloy martensitic, austenitic or duplex grades with up to mass% of N in solid solution. They are applied e.g. to stainless tools and bearings, in chemical engineering and for high strength non-magnetic components.

Dissolving Nitrogen into Steels. High nitrogen martensitic stainless steels show improved resistance to localized corrosion (pitting, crevice and intergranular corrosion) over their carbon containing counterparts.

Because of this, the high nitrogen steels are being considered a new promising class of engineering materials. High Nitrogen Steels. Development of Properties of P/M Austenitic Stainless Steels by Nitrogen Infusion Article (PDF Available) in ISIJ International 36(7) January with Reads. High chromium, high manganese stainless steels dissolve a lot more nitrogen in the liquid phase than low alloy steels.

High nitrogen levels can be introduced in these alloys in the molten state. Nitrogen atomization of a vertical melt stream of these steels disintegrates it producing very small droplets and simultaneously quenching them. Toro et al. [5] found a much better corrosion resistance of high-temperature nitrided AISI S stainless steel stainless steels when tested in acid solution containing chloride ions, as shown in Figure 2.

The superiority of the high nitrogen steel prevailed for all the tempering temperatures studied,and ºC. Figure 2. Basic research and new manufacturing methods have led to high nitrogen steels (HNS), a promising new group of materials for use in advanced applications in mechanical and chemical engineering.

The book deals with the atomic structure, constitution, properties, manufacturing and application of martensitic, austenitic, duplex and dualphase steels. High Nitrogen Steels Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on High Nitrogen Steels HNS Ostend, Belgium; SeptemberEdited by: N.

Akdut, B. De Cooman, J. FoctFile Size: KB. The high nitrogen bearing steel X30CrMoN, marketed under commercial names such as Cronidur30, VC, NitroMax and N, is well-known for its .China Scientific Books Proceedings of International Conference on High Nitrogen Steels - Author: Edited by Han DONG, Jie Su, Markus LLanguage: EnglishISBN/ISSN: Published on: PaperbackThe HNS conference, being held August 29 to 31, in Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan Province, China, is in a series of international conferences devoted to research, development.The precipitation behavior of Cr 2 N during isothermal aging in the temperature range from C to C in FeCrMn 48N (in mass percent) high nitrogen austenitic stainless steel, including morphology and content of precipitate, was investigated using optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and transmission electron microscopy.

The isothermal precipitation kinetics curve of Cited by: