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Title: Effect of long-term creep on microstructure of a 9% Cr heat resistant steel
Authors: Dudko, V.
Fedoseeva, A.
Kozlov, P.
Skorobogatykh, V.
Shchenkova, I.
Kaibyshev, R.
Keywords: technique
metal science
high-chromium heat resistant steel
mechanical properties
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Effect of long-term creep on microstructure of a 9% Cr heat resistant steel / V. Dudko [et al.] // Materials Science Forum. - 2014. - Vol.783-786.-P. 1839-1844.
Abstract: The effect of long-term creep at 600°C under 137 MPa on the microstructure of a P92- type steel was investigated. The microstructure after tempering consisted of laths with an average thickness of 400 nm. Dispersion of secondary phases consists of M₂₃C₆ carbides with an average size of 85 nm located mainly on lath, block and prior austenite boundaries and MX carbonitrides with average size of 31 nm homogeniously distributed throughout
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