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Effect of Alloying Elements on Steels

Effect of Alloying Elements on Steels

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Inspector Knowledge Series 04-0
Effect of Alloying Elements on Steels
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Descriptive approach- Steel Alloys

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Appendix D. Page 1 of 116.
Chapter One:
Theory of Strengthening
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The Mechanism of Strengthening.
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Elastic and Plastic Deformation.
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Understanding Dislocation.
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The Nature of Dislocation.
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Crystal Defects.
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Point Defects
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Linear Defects
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Planar Defects.
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Methods of Strengthening.
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Works or Strain Hardening.
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Grain Boundary Strengthening.
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Dispersion Strengthening.
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Solid Solution Strengthening.
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Precipitation Hardening.
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Effects of Alloying Elements on Iron Carbon Alloy
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Introduction
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Characteristics of alloying element
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Brief Summary.
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Carbon.
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Manganese.
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Nickel.
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Chromium.
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Nickel & Chromium
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Molybdenum.
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Appendix D. Page 2 of 116.
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Carbon contents, steel classification and alloy steels.
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Carbon steels
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Stainless steels
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Strength in steels
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Alloying and its effects on the critical temperature and tensile strength.
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Control of HSLA properties.
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Influence of alloying elements on steel microstructures
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Martensite in austenitic stainless steel welds.
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Alloying effects on martensite, pearlite and bainite formation.
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Steel alloys
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Carbon steels to austenitic steels.
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Selection of age-hardenable superalloys.
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Microplasticity
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