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Cappuccini, "SCC damage evolution on martensitic stainless steel by using acoustic emission technique," Corros.
In particular in this work, the corrosion phenomena in three different types of martensitic stainless steels (17-4PH, X4CrNiMo16-5-1 and X12Cr13), were investigated performing corrosion tests in Fe[Cl.
This behavior is also observed for the martensitic stainless steel tempered at 300[degrees]C or 550[degrees]C.
Tests have been conducted on a martensitic stainless steel X12Cr13.
The introduction of KVA Martensitic Stainless Steel for the transport, oil and gas pipelines is ideally suited for mildly corrosive, abrasive media applications such as:
Ed has continuously pursued his vision of utilizing commonly available, low-cost martensitic stainless steels to reduce weight and increase strength in components and structures.
Electro-Jet also uses Maho UMCs to machine the hydraulic actuators that open the reverser doors from a tough workpiece material: martensitic stainless steel.
Buck, president of Advanced Steel Technology, is the inventor of the new martensitic stainless steel used in Koppel MTX.
VISUALS: A comprehensive press kit on NS Group and the martensitic stainless steel production tubing and copies of the slide presentation will be provided to the media.
the range of materials to be welded include, but are not limited to, the following steel types or their equivalents: sa106-b, sa210-a1, sa213-t2, sa213-t11, sa213-t22, 15mo3, 13crmo44, 10crmo910, t/p23, t/p24, 9-12%cr martensitic stainless steels including x20, t/p91, t/p92 and austenitic stainless steels.
Nevertheless, economic reasons and good mechanical properties have lead to the development of low-carbon and Ni-alloyed martensitic stainless steels with dramatically improved welding behaviour," says Bernd Hoberg, application engineer at Bohler.