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Microstructural characterisation of a rapidly solidified NiMo steel

Abstract:
The microstructure in a high strength steel containing impurity elements, prepared by arc melting and melt spinning, has been studied by analytical TEM, electron and ion probe methods. Melt spun alloys have a more refined structure than arc melt alloys, leading to greater hardness. Additions of La resulted in the gettering of residual impurities. However, attack of the crucible during melt spinning caused the unexpected formation of potentially harmful large carbo-borides.
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Briceno-Gomez, M More by this author
Titchmarsh, JM More by this author
Schumacher, P More by this author
Volume:
179
Issue:
179
Pages:
257-260
Publication date:
2004
ISSN:
0951-3248
URN:
uuid:8f4d6e51-c70d-4238-916f-62661329e8a3
Source identifiers:
121007
Local pid:
pubs:121007
ISBN:
0-7503-0967-9

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