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Contents R W K Honeycombe 1 Some strengthening mechanisms in alloy steels
R Brook and J E Russell 19 Highlyalloyed martensitic steels K J Irvine and F B Pickering
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9%Ni steel addition age hardening age-hardening air cooled aisi alloying elements aluminium annealed ausforming austenite austenitic steels carbide carbon content cast chromium cold rolled composition condition copper corrosion resistance cracking deformation dislocations ductility effect elongation embrittlement fatigue ferrite forgings formation fracture ft lb given in Table grain boundaries habit plane hardness heat treatment high strength higher hydrogen impact strength increase intergranular corrosion low-carbon lower maraging steels material matrix mechanical properties metal molybdenum nickel niobium nitrogen notch obtained overaged paper phase phosphorus plate precipitation hardening precipitation-hardening produced proof stress range reduced room temperature Sheffield showed shown solution treated solution-treated specimens stable stacking fault energy stacking-fault energy stainless steels steels containing strain strengthening stress corrosion structure sub-zero tempering temperature tensile strength tion titanium tons/in2 toughness Trans tube ture twin water quenched weld yield strength