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Title Influence of heat treatment technologies on the structure and properties of the corrosion-resistant martensitic steel type AISI 420
Authors Lupyr, O.
Hovorun, Tetiana Pavlivna  
Vorobiov, S.
Burlaka А., А.
Khvostenko, R.
ORCID http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9384-5250
Keywords hardening
tempering
hardness
toughness
mechanical properties
chromium carbide
Type Article
Date of Issue 2020
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/80494
Publisher Sumy State University
License Creative Commons Attribution - NonCommercial 4.0 International
Citation Lupyr O., Hovorun T., Vorobiov S., Burlaka А., Khvostenko R. (2020). Influence of heat treatment technologies on the structure and properties of the corrosion-resistant martensitic steel type AISI 420. Journal of Engineering Sciences, Vol. 7(2), pp. C10–C16, doi: 10.21272/jes.2020.7(2).c2
Abstract One of the methods for increasing the complexity of chromium steel properties of martensitic class AISI 420 is the use of an optimal heat treatment mode. The steel of martensitic class AISI 420 has high resistance in atmospheric conditions (except for the sea atmosphere), in the river, and tap water. It is widely used in power engineering, in cracking units with a long service life at temperatures up to 500 °C, for furnace parts. Additionally, it is used in the following fields: the production of turbine blades, working in conditions of high temperatures and parts of increased plasticity, subject to shock loads, for products exposed to atmospheric precipitation, solutions of organic salts and other slightly aggressive environments; production of fasteners; production of parts for compressor machines operating with inert gas; production of parts operating at low temperatures in corrosive environments; production of parts for aviation purposes. It is shown that the optimal mode of heat treatment for a maximum hardness of 40 HRC is quenching at a temperature of 980 °C with cooling in oil and tempering at a temperature of 200 °C with air cooling. With an increase in the tempering temperature from 200 °C to 450–500°C, the impact strength does not change much. Tempering at higher temperatures leads to the intense weakening of the steel. Simultaneously, a decrease in the impact strength is observed, the minimum value is reached at a tempering temperature of 550 °C. With an increase in the tempering temperature to 700 °C, the impact toughness increases, but the steel’s hardness sharply decreases at such temperatures.
Appears in Collections: Journal of Engineering Sciences / Журнал інженерних наук

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