Atlas of Time-temperature Diagrams for Irons and Steels

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George F. Vander Voort
ASM International, Jan 1, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 766 pages
The most comprehensive collection of time-temperature diagrams for irons and steels ever collected. Between this volume and its companion, Atlas of Time Temperature Diagrams for Nonferrous Alloys, you'll find the most comprehensive collection of time-temperature diagrams ever collected. Containing both commonly used curves and out-of-print and difficult-to-find data, these Atlases represent an outstanding worldwide effort, with contributions from experts in 14 countries. Time-temperature diagrams show how metals respond to heating and cooling, allowing you to predict the behavior and know beforehand the sequence of heating and cooling steps to develop the desired properties. These collections are a valuable resource for any materials engineer Both Collections Include: Easy-to-Read Diagrams Isothermal transformation Continuous cooling transformation Time-temperature precipitation Time-temperature embrittlement Time-temperature ordering Materials Included in the Irons and Steels Volume: Low-carbon High Strength Low Alloy Stainless (Maraging, austenitic, ferritic, duplex) Chromium, molybdenum, vanadium, silicon Structural Quenched and tempered Spring and Rail High-temperature creep-resistant Tool and die Eutectoid, hypereutectoid carbon Deep hardening Titanium bearing Irons: Gray cast, malleable, white, white cast, ductile.

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Carburized 2512 0 6 C
Carburized 1320 1 0 C 18 Composition Fe0 10 C 1 63 Mn 0 41
Carburized 2512 0 4 C
British En Steels 53 113
German Steels 115 161
French Steels 163 220
Benelux Steels 221 242
Molybdenum Steels 243 296
Vanadium Steels 297
Other Steels IT Diagrams 453
Additional Steels IT and CCT Diagrams 521
TimeTemperature Embrittlement Diagrams 653 700

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